1st National Bank Land Expo back by popular demand

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1st National Bank Land Expo back by popular demand

PRESS RELEASE – Due to the inclement weather over the weekend and by popular demand the 1st National Bank Land Expo will be held at the Derek Walcott Square on Tuesday and Wednesday September 9th and 10th, respectively from 2:00p.m through to 6:00p.m.

Land developers and Realtors will be on hand to showcase their many properties.  Special rates on land will be offered.  Please walk with your job letter, salary slip and information on debts and hire purchase obligations for quick pre-approval.

The campaign enables the average St. Lucian to secure his or her future by obtaining a small piece of their beautiful homeland.

Whether the purchase is for investment purposes or as security for a child’s education you can get land with as low as only 5% deposit and a maximum of 20 years to repay.

To guarantee quick approval please walk with your job letter, salary slip and information on any debts or hire purchase you may have.

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  1. @concerned you are so right i just got a mortgage and it took at least a year for me to be screened. With getting compliance letters from inland revenue and NIS then the letters are only valid for three months, then when it expires you have to go back and get it renewed. with all that time wasted if i had to do it all over, i would NEVER do it!!!

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  2. all banks should do that now instead of just showing off loans for cars show off the land and house to and make it reasonable t be aquired

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    • I agree with you 100%. You see we have lost what we stand for in this country and materialism has taken over. Thank God 1St National bank continues to espouse the values that we know and grew up with. Your HOME is the most important you will earn in your lifetime; NOT YOUR CAR. Bravo 1st National Bank

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      • theyre not the first to do this though. other banks have been doing it for the past 2 years or so. kudos to them nonetheless but as a banker it is not as easy as they are making it out to be. customers will still hve to go through the lengthy loan process anyways. this is just to attract people and get applications but rest assured you will have to visit them and there will be additional screening.

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