NBK to provide Dubai property buyers with mortgage services
- Kuwait: Monday, October 08 - 2012 at 05:54
The National Bank of Kuwait (NBK) has said it has started offering its new mortgage service to customers seeking to buy a property in Dubai, financing up to 75% of the property value. "We finance up to 75% of the property value with a long repayment period up to 15 years at competitive interest rates," the lender said. "We also help our customers to find, valuate, insure and register their properties," NBK said.
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