Housing Bank Launches Its Personal & Housing Loan (2X1) Campaign 2024

Featuring Competitive Interest Rates and Exceptional Benefits

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PRESS RELEASE — Housing Bank recently launched its Personal & Housing Loan (2X1) Campaign 2024, which aims to make the dream of owning a home more accessible for both existing and new clients. This campaign not only helps clients to fulfill their personal needs but also offers competitive interest rates, exceptional benefits, and flexible terms for financing.اضافة اعلان

Based on the bank's approved classification, the bank offers housing financing to current and new clients, including public sector employees and companies. Clients can receive up to 100% of the property's estimated value with an interest rate starting from 8%. Additionally, personal financing of up to JOD70,000 is available with an interest rate starting from 7.35%. The loans come with a grace period of up to six months and long repayment periods of up to 30 years for residential loans and eight years for personal loans. Clients will also benefit from exemptions from various commissions and fees.

By offering a home loan combined with a personal loan offering, which will be vaild until June 30, 2024, Housing Bank is enriching the market with unique banking products, particularly in the lending sector. These products help clients to achieve their social goals and aspirations.

It is worth noting that this campaign is just one of the many diverse campaigns constantly launched by Housing Bank. Targeted at all customer segments, it embodies the bank's strategy to provide innovative solutions that enhance customer experience and maintain its leading position as a trusted partner for clients in various aspects of their lives.

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