Platinum Mortgages for Non residents
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Why choose for a Platinum Mortgage
Requirements for Non-Residents
Service and assistance
Tailor-made for youThe Platinum Banking Mortgage for Non-resident is flexible and hassle-free. It is an annuity mortgage and the repayment of the loan consists of interest and principal. Your personal account manager takes care of every last detail, so all you have to do is relax and enjoy the sunshine.
The Platinum Banking Mortgage for Non-resident is a Preferred Banking product. It is part of our exclusive line of Platinum Banking Services that go beyond conventional banking. Whether you want to buy a house or a condo, our experts are with you every step of the way.
Yes, foreigners can buy property in Aruba and the Government of Aruba welcomes investment from overseas buyers. There are no restrictions on foreign buyers acquiring real estate in Aruba and the buying process for foreign buyers is the same as Aruban citizens. Foreigners can buy property on either freehold property land or on leased land which is owned by the government. In the case of leased land, a lessee is required to pay an annual fee for lease rights.
Can Non-Residents buy property in Aruba?
Documents required to open an account and to apply for a Non-Resident Mortgage loan:
- Or a work contract with proof of income over a period of 12 months
- Or an income declaration from an internationally recognized accounting firm
- If you are self- employed and your income is derived from your business, please provide financial statements or tax returns of your business
** (please see reference letter requirements)
- A valid Passport and a valid Drivers License
- Your job title
- Your yearly or monthly salary/income
- Date of employment
5. An utility bill indicating your residential address, or a Census registration (‘bevolkingsregister’) indicating your residential address
6. Please provide proof of ownership of the property by means of a notary letter or a deed in which the bank can verify that you are the owner of the property
7. Purchase and/or sales agreement of the property
8. An appraisal report from a recognized appraiser in Aruba (not older than 6 months after it has been created)
* Note: points 1 to 6 are required to open an account and 1 to 8 are required to apply for a Non-Resident Mortgage loan
In case you are constructing a property the following is additionally required:
- A copy of the building permit approved by DOW addressed to your name (blue card)
- A copy of the contractors’ quotation with details of the construction
- A copy of the registration of the contractor at the Chamber of Commerce in case the contractor is not known to the bank
- An appraisal report:
- From a recognized appraiser in Aruba
- Indicating the value of the land and the property to be constructed thereon
- Not older than 6 months