Sagicor Bank to host road-shows on mortgage promotion
Sagicor Bank recently launched its 7.5 per cent mortgage financing promotion and will be taking to the road and its various branches a series of educational seminars to inform the public of how they can access this special interest rate for their mortgage.
Starting this Friday, September 21, the bank will kick off its in-branch mortgage session at the Dominica Drive branch, sharing with clients the relevant information they need to apply for a mortgage.
The session will feature Branch Manager, Marvia Brown, sharing with persons the necessary steps and requisite documentations needed to fast track potential home-owners on the path to achieving their dreams.
“At Sagicor Bank, we are here to help our clients minimize the anxieties they may feel when going through the process of purchasing a home; our job is to make them feel at ease, ensuring the experience is a seamless and memorable one”, shared Michael Willacy, Vice President – Retail, SME and Corporate Banking at Sagicor Bank.
Willacy also noted the bank’s commitment to keeping clients informed every step of the way, which is why the institution has embarked on doing the road-shows and in-branch educational sessions so that even prior to doing their applications, clients are fully armed with the information needed to get them one-step closer to home-ownership.
In addition to the information session, there will be entertainment, giveaways and engage of clients while they conduct their various transactions in the branch.
The information sessions will be held across all branches, while the roadshows are scheduled to kick off on Friday September 28 in Kingston; the other two will be held in Montego Bay and Mandeville.
Until December 31, 2018, coupled with the low interest rate, there is also a sweetener of a three-month moratorium on principal and interest payments for new mortgages for residential home buyers, plus a pre-approved credit card with 20,000 bonus points. The bank will also cover the cost for credit reports for new mortgagors until the end of this year.