Alliance Bank Home Loan Flexi Loan


New Base Rate

4.40% (BR + 0.58%)

Bank Interest Rate

3 years

Lock In Period


Monthly Repayment

Is An Alliance Bank Housing Loan Right For Me?

Alliance Bank offers two home loan packages, starting with Conventional Home Loan, a semi-flexi package that allows you to make payment in excess of instalment amount to reduce the interest. Moreover, you can shorten your loan tenure by this exclusive Alliance house loan as the interest is based on the combination of debit balance of your home loan amount and the current account. Note that only the maintenance fee is waived when you sign up this Alliance house loan, you are still required to pay your stamp duties and legal fees.

Its marquee product however, is the SaveLink Home Loan which is a full-flexi home loan linked to a current account which will help reduce interest and shorten your loan period (if you make regular payments into the linked current account). Besides that, this Alliance housing loan gives you the flexibility to reduce loan principal. Both Alliance housing loan packages require setup fees of RM200. The major risk that you might face is your interest rate on this loan may change if there are any changes in the Base Rate (BR). Another potential risk of this Alliance house loan is any withdrawal you made might increase loan interest, loan tenure and loan principal.

Alliance Bank can provide a margin of financing up to 90% + 5% including MRTA (Mortgage Reducing Term Assurance), else the maximum margin is at 90%. The MRTA policy can only be financed if it is purchased with Alliance Bank’s insurance partners. The Alliance housing loan products also come with a maximum loan period of 35 years (in accordance to the latest ruling by Bank Negara Malaysia) or up to age 70, whichever is earlier. The other feature of these Alliance housing loans is it allows you to top up borrowing when refinancing to consolidate other debts.

Am I Eligible for an Alliance Bank Housing Loan?

You are eligible for this mortgage if you are at least 21 years old and looking to get a minimum loan amount of RM100,000. Foreigners may apply subject to differentiated terms and a lower margin of financing.

What Documents Will I Need to Prepare?

If you have applied for an Alliance Bank mortgage, you will be asked to provide these supporting documents in order for the bank to process your application. These documents are listed below:

* Application Form * NRIC / Identity Card

* Copy of Sales and Purchase or Booking Receipt or Letter of Offer from Developer

* Copy of Individual Title Deed

* Property Valuation Report (for completed properties)

* Latest 3 consecutive months of salary slips / vouchers

* Latest 6 consecutive months of commission statement

* Latest EPF statements (with 3 consecutive months or more transaction history) * Latest EA form

* Latest 6 months Bank Statement

* Letter of Confirmation of Employment and Remuneration