Home Matters will give start to finish administration of contract affairs only for JS Bank. The deal was approved by Fahad Siddiqui, Head of Secured Loans – JS Bank and Sawan Karia, Managing Director – Home Matters Mortgage Consultants. Also present on site, Daniel Le Moeligou, Director of Sales and Marketing – Home Matters Mortgage Consultants. Speaking at the event, Fahad Siddiqui said, “As the largest conventional mortgage lending bank in Pakistan, JS Bank is happy to partner with an industry leader like Home Matters to serve our valuable clients living abroad. This strategic partnership will serve as an end-to-end solution for NRP clients living in the UAE, both to find the right property and choose the right financing solutions in Pakistan. “
JS Bank has taken this step to make housing finance in Pakistan more accessible to PNRs through innovative product solutions, making homeownership a feasible reality.
Sawan Karia said: “This exclusive partnership represents a historic milestone, allowing Home Matters to remotely serve Pakistani non-resident clients for a property purchase in Pakistan through a mortgage with JS Bank. As a pioneer in its field, JS Bank is the first to offer mortgage loans to PNRs living in the United Arab Emirates. Pakistanis are the second largest expat population, and it is a privilege for Home Matters to meet their mortgage needs.
About JS Bank:
JS Bank is one of the fastest growing banks in Pakistan, with a national and international presence. The Bank is a leader in the field of SMEs and has a substantial footprint in digital banking and consumer lending. JS Bank has been recognized on numerous international and national forums, including the prestigious AsiaMoney, Asian Banking and Finance, DIGI and Pakistan Banking Awards. The Bank is part of JS Group, one of Pakistan’s most diverse financial services groups.
Summary of the news:
- JS Bank and Home Matters Collaborate to Provide Real Estate Finance to Pakistanis Based in UAE
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