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Home Loans

Barclays

  • EN4, Maputo, Mozambique
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  • Barclays Home Loans

Make your house a home with Barclays Home Loans. Minimum loans from MT 1.500.000 to the maximum amount of MT 21.000.000 is available at any of of our branches. Clients are also able to apply for real estate credit when additional capital is needed for personal or investment purposes by using the property as collateral.

New Barclays debit card with chip and more

New Barclays debit card with chip and more

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Faq

- Credit Application request form correctly filled; -Copy of the ID or Passport and Declaration of Residence; -Copy of NUIT; -If Married copy of spouse’s ID and wedding certificate; -Original Wage statement properly stamped; -In case of Consignment of Salaries, client must attach original wage statement of his/hers Spouse; -Updated Building certificate of the property intended to be bought (validity of 3 months minimum); -Updated Matrix Certificate (validity of 3 months minimum); -Contract of Promise and Purchase signed by both parties and recognized by the Notary; -Copy of Seller’s ID and his/hers Bank account number along with the NIB; -Account’s Bank statement containing the last 3 months of salary; - Detailed information on loans made with other banks (If Applicable); -Include Credit Card statements of other banks (If Applicable);
The minimum amount acceptable is MT 1.500,000,00 and the maximum amount is of MT 21.000,000,00.
The monthly payments can be calculated through a simulation that can be solicited at any of our branches. The Client can request this from his Relationship manager either through email or personally.
Yes, the Client must write a letter and send it to His/hers Relationship Manager. Note that a penalty commission of 2.5% will be charged on the amount to be amortized.
Yes, but the anticipated liquidation of the full or partial amount creates a penalty of 2.5% on the amount to be amortized.