|Minimum Salary||Salary Transfer||Islamic Finance||Maximum Term||Flat Rate||Reducing Rate|
|FAB - Personal Loans for UAE Nationals||Minimum Salary: AED 10,000||Salary Transfer: No||Islamic Finance: No||Maximum Term: 4 Years||Flat Rate: 2.76%||Reducing Rate: 5.0%|
Get a personal loan with competitive interest rates and very little required documentation!
- Competitive interest rates
- Minimum documentation
- Fast track approval
- It is a requirement to transfer your salary to apply
- The processing fee is 1% of the total finance amount (Minimum AED 500 and Maximum AED 2,500).
- The early settlement fee is 1% of outstanding balance.
- The insurance fee is 1% of the finance amount
- Loan repayment period is up to 48 months and applicable rate is 5% reducing.
- The reducing rate of this finance is 5% and the equivalent flat rate is 2.76%. The calculation used is a division of the reducing rate by 1.814 and this is indicative only
- This rate is calculated on a reducing balance.
- Work ID
- 3 months bank statements showing salary credits
- Salary certificate
- Liability Letter
- Only UAE nationals can apply for this loan.
- Applicant must be 21 years of age or above with a minimum monthly income of AED 10000
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Rate (%): This is the annual interest flat rate on the product. This is not the APR, which is going to be calculated in this example.
Years: This is the original term or length of the product, stated in years.
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