LOAN FOR EXPAT LOAN FOR EXPATRIATE MORTGAGE FOR EXPATRIATES IN SAUDI, UAE (DUBAI) KUWAIT, OMAN, BAHRAIN
A loan for an expatriate (or expat) is defined by a financing option dedicated to any individual who has opted for expatriation in living and working at the same time in a country other than his or her country of origin for a short time period or longer.
The expatriate loan includes a range of financing made available by banks for a foreign person moving to the country of the lenders and to be used by people who settle for the first time abroad, to fund their first expenses and investments.
The expatriate financing will include the installation expenses of the newcomer as well as those of his family, whether it is the purchase of a vehicle or furniture but also the acquisition of a real estate property.
Loans for expatriates are provided by virtually all foreign banks, except for mortgage loans where lenders often prefer to wait until the expat borrower's probation period ends.
An expatriate loan abroad is possible as long as the expatriate borrower has a job or a profitable self-employed activity, legally resides in the host country and has no negative banking history.
A mortgage for expatriate is a loan that a lender grants to an expat who does not reside in the country where the loan application takes place and who wishes to acquire real estate.
Mortgage loans for expatriates are often subject to constraints due to the professional situation of people residing and working outside their country which has an impact on the domiciliation of salaries and this last point will decide on the appetite of banks to finance the acquisition of a property.
A mortgage loan for an expatriate will depend on the country of expatriation, knowing that a person with residence and stable employment in a country of the European Union or in Switzerland will have fewer problems than an expatriate residing in Saudi Arabia for example, or UAE (Dubai), Kuwait, Bahrain, Oman of Qatar.
The home loan for expatriates can be requested in two cases, either in the case where someone is an expatriate and he is looking for financing for the purchase of real estate in the country of his expatriation, or he is looking for a mortgage for the purchase of a property in his country of citizenship.