Doha, 3 April 2016 – QNB, a leading financial institution in the Middle East and Africa, has recently unveiled a new attractive exclusive offer to all QNB First Members that enables them to acquire mortgages through QNB in Qatar to purchase property in England and Wales, thus bringing one of the most flexible and competitive UK mortgage services available from any Qatari bank at their door step.
The new offer enables QNB First premium banking members to book mortgages in Qatar financed by QNB Doha starting from GBP150,000 equivalent in Qatari Riyals. The loan can be repayable over a period up to 20 years and is available to both freehold as well as leasehold properties throughout England and Wales. Further features are a low interest rate and loans up to 70% of the professional valuation of the forced sale property value or purchase price whichever is the lower.
QNB First Members availing the new offer can also receive assistance from their QNB First Relationship Managers in finding their ideal property to further guarantee their comfort and satisfaction through world renowned Real Estate Advisory partners.
This offer is the latest addition to the distinguished QNB First line of premium services under the Global Recognition program that aim to provide customers with a unique, exceptional priority banking experience designed especially to meet their needs and exceed their expectations.
The QNB First premium banking service constantly updates its service offering with the most exclusive and luxurious lifestyle services with the aim to better reward its elite customers to form a long-term, enduring relationship based on mutual trust and an in-depth understanding of their specific lifestyle at home and across QNB’s global network.
QNB Group’s presence through its subsidiaries and associate companies extends to more than 27 countries across three continents providing a comprehensive range of advanced products and services. The total number of employees is more than 15,200 operating through more than 635 locations, with an ATM network of more than 1,390 machines.