|Minimum Salary||Salary Transfer||Islamic Finance||Maximum Term||Flat Rate||Reducing Rate|
|Byblos Bank - Housing Loan Beyti||Minimum Salary: USD 750||Salary Transfer: No||Early Settlement Fees: No||Maximum Term: 30 Years||Flat Rate: 2.97%||Reducing Rate: 5.35%|
When the time comes to buy a home, Byblos Bank has the experience and the resources to make life easier for you. As one of the largest providers of housing loans in Lebanon, Byblos Bank helped thousands of people to make their dreams come true – and you could be next.
- Finance the purchase, construction or renovation of a home
- Currency: USD
- Amount: Minimum USD 25,000 - no maximum
- Repayment Period: Minimum five years - maximum 30 years
- A detailed checklist that helps protect you against common pitfalls such as buying non-registered real estate and paying an inflated purchase price
- No restrictions on the purpose of the desired home
- Application can be made singly or as a couple
- Decisions on applications communicated with minimum delay
- Possibility of financing apartment under construction with selected promoters/developers
- No mortgage fees and no stamp fees on loans for homes valued at USD 120,000 or less
- Pre-approved credit card – with USD 5,000 limit – for the first year with every approved Housing Loan
- Life insurance for the applicant
- Fire insurance on the home
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