How you can get your dream car with Co-op Bank asset financing

Co-op Bank asset financing: You have been dreaming about owning a sleek brand new vehicle. However, you have always fallen short of finances to bring your dream into reality. Well, dream no more.

Kenya’s top ranked bank, Co-operative Bank has developed an asset financing package that will enable you own a brand new car easily. Already, the bank has packages that allow customers to acquire among others the popular ‘Box’ Hiace matatu and the Isuzu pick-up to advance their businesses.

These moves are being seen as relief to borrowers especially coming at a time when many other lenders have been holding tightly on financing after the enactment of the law capping interest rates.

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The bank is providing vehicle financing from Sh. 300,000 on wards.

Interestingly, when you purchase the car of your dreams with Co-op bank, you will access up to 80 per cent financing of the total amount. Additionally, says the bank, you will get a guaranteed saving of up to 10 per cent upon purchase.

Strikingly, your application will not be limited to brand new vehicles. The bank currently finances both new and used cars.

The bank will use your source of income to confirm whether you qualify for an asset loan or not. “This means that you should at least have a constant source of income either through formal employment or a profitable business,” says Co-op Bank.

Usually, the assessment of your qualification will be done at your nearest Co-op Bank. Alternatively you can CLICK HERE to start your Co-op Bank asset financing application.

The repayment period for the loan you get can be spread up to 60 months. To apply successfully, you will need to provide the following:

  • Your copy of I.D and KRA PIN
  • Your copy of business PIN and Copy of Certificate of Registration
  • 6 months certified bank statements (for non-Co-op Bank clients)
  • Copy of Log Book and, or import papers for used vehicles

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