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Documents required when
applying for house financing-i

Relevant fees and charges for
house financing-i
Paying my loan
Tips when buying property
Protection for my home
Rights and duties
Abandoned housing project
A photocopy of your NRIC or passport
For a salary earner, your salary slips for the last 3 months & J or EA Form for the last 3 years
For a businessman or those who are self employed, latest financial statements, bank statements (last 3 months), J Form (latest 2 years) and business registration and other supporting documents to support the income
A photocopy of the Title Deed (if applicable), Sale & Purchase Agreement, deposit or booking receipt/Letter of Offer from the housing developer
Valuation report for a completed property
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  Some Islamic banking institutions may also require additional supporting documents. Please check with the Islamic banking institution you are dealing with for a more detailed explanation.  
Once your application is approved, you need to appoint a lawyer to draw up the financing documentation. You can select a lawyer from a list of panel lawyers provided by your Islamic banking institution.
The financing is still applicable for properties under construction. In this instance, the selling price will also include the grace period profit. You will pay the Islamic banking institution the grace period profit:
During the construction period
Monthly at fixed amount
Upon the first draw down to the developer

Until the completion of the property OR at any time determined by the Islamic
banking institution
For more information on house financing-i, please download our booklet on applying for financing.