|Minimum Salary||Salary Transfer||Islamic Finance||Maximum Term||Flat Rate||Reducing Rate|
|Amlak Ijarah||Minimum Salary: AED 10,000||Salary Transfer: No||Early Settlement Fees: Yes||Maximum Term: 25 Years||Flat Rate: -||Reducing Rate: 5.75%|
As the institution that pioneered home finance in the Middle East, Amlak brings its wealth of experience to you in the form of simple, transparent Islamic financing schemes. Amlak Ijarah is the basic home finance product built on the Islamic principles of Shari’a. Under Ijarah home financing, Amlak buys the property from the developer/seller and leases it out to the customer with a promise to sell at the end of the lease term. The customer pays monthly rentals that comprise of fixed, variable and supplementary rentals.
- Finance available for all completed residential properties in Dubai and Abu Dhabi
- Islamic finance products compliant with the principles of Shari’a
- Salary transfer is not required
- Maximum finance amount up to 80% of the value of the property
- Competitive profit rates based on customer credit profile
- Longer tenures, up to 300 months
- Completed application form signed by all applicants (including co-applicants)
- For UAE nationals - copy of valid passport including last page
- For expatriates - copy of valid passport with valid UAE residence visa (minimum 3 months remaining validity), home country residency proof and telephone numbers
- Emirates Identity Card copy
- Latest 6 months bank statement (company and personal)
- Liability letter/facility from the bank, if the applicant has any other outstanding finance (not older than 30 days)
- Proof of other income (e.g. rental/sponsorship)
- Copies of property documents (e.g. title deed (re-finance cases), SPA etc.)
- Copies of receipts of down payment/progress payment made to developers
- Copies of title deed, affection plan, construction cost estimates, approved floor plan for self-construction cases
- Execution of all relevant finance documents on approval (e.g. offer letter, lease agreements etc.)
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