Bank Rakyat

Bank Rakyat Home Financing-i Manzili Selesa

Conventional term loan based on a floating interest rate with multiple very convenient ways to pay off your installments

    • Up to 35 years
    • Term Islamic financing
    • Floating Profit Rate
    • 5 years lock in period
    • Up to 90% margin of finance
    • 30 days approval
  • You BorrowEstimated Profit Rate
    up to RM1990005.25% p.a.
    RM200000 - 3490004.95% p.a.
    more than RM3500004.75% p.a.
    more than RM5000004.75% p.a.

    *Effective profit rate will be determined by Bank Rakyat upon approval.

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Fees & Charges

There are always fees but how much are they?

Late Penalty Fee
1% p.a. of the outstanding amount
Processing Fee
No Fee
Early Settlement Fee
Subject to terms of agreement with bank
Redemption Letter Fee
RM53.00 per request
Letter for EPF Withdrawal Fee
RM21.20 per request
Insurance Types
  • MRTT

*inclusive of 6% GST

Requirements

Are you eligible for this Bank Rakyat home financing?

Minimum annual income
RM24000
Minimum age
18 years old
Maximum age
70 years old
Who can Apply
  • Malaysians

Frequently Asked Questions about Bank Rakyat Home Financing-i Manzili Selesa

Things you might want to know

Explain the Home Financing-i Manzili Selesa to me

The Manzili Selesa home loan is quite similar to its counterpart, Manzili Home-i Financing (fixed installments). The main difference is that it is based on a capped floating profit rate, to give you protection against a hike in rates - should that ever happen, and you know it probably will!

Bank Raykat offers finance up to 95% of your property's value regardless of whether you new house is complete, under construction or for refinancing purposes. Bank Rakyat won't be as generous if this is your third property, only 70% financing is available. This home financing option is also applicable for shoplots, but with a lesser tenure of 20 years and higher profit rate.

Worth noting that whilst your property is under construction you will only be charged a fixed interest rate of 4.85% - which is a pretty sweet deal. And if you're worried about interest rate fluctuations, don't dwell on them too much, as the bank's profit rate is capped at a steady 10.6%.

Can you count the ways I can pay off my installments

If you are a government employee you can make payments via Biro Perkhidmatan Angkasa. Alternatives are standing instructions to make payments direct from your savings or current account.

Can I pay in excess of my fixed monthly payment?

You can deposit more on top of your monthly repayments, but currently Bank Rakyat will only count it as an advanced payment which will not deduct from your principal. This is not a flexi-loan.

How about insurance?

It is highly recommended that you take on the MRTT on order to protect you and your loved ones from dire situations, such as illness. Fire insurance is compulsory for most home loans as well.

Am I eligible for the Bank Rakyat Home Financing-i Manzili Selesa?

You'll need to be:

  • A Malaysian Citizen
  • 18 years or older

What documents do I need to bring along to the bank?

Government/ Private Sector applicant:

  • A copy of the Identification Card (MyKad)
  • Copies of the latest 3 months payslips
  • Account / Bank statements of the latest 3 months (salary credited)
  • Latest EA Form / EPF statement

Self-employed:

  • A copy of the Identification Card (MyKad)
  • Account / Bank statements of the latest 3 months
  • Form B submitted to the LHDN / payment receipt

Singaporean or Permenent Residence with fixed income:

  • A certified copy of the original valid passport
  • Employer Verification Letter
  • Copies of the latest 3 months payslips
  • Account / Bank statements of the last 3 months (salary credited)

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