The homebuyer and Guidance Residential agree to be co-owners in the property.
Learn about Guidance Residential's Declining Balance Co-ownership Program and how it differs from home loans provided by banking institutions.
Declining Balance Co-Ownership Program
Declining Balance Co-ownership Program
Guidance Residential's Shariah-compliant, riba-free home financing
The two parties buy the home and the ownership of the property is determined by each party's investment.
The homebuyer makes monthly payments to Guidance Residential.*
Over the course of the arrangement, the homebuyer purchases all of Guidance Residential's ownership stake and becomes the sole owner of the property.
*The monthly payment includes a usage fee similar to rental fee for full usage of the home, and the other part of the payment is to increase the equity ownership of the property.
Home loans offered by banking institutions
The homebuyer arranges a loan from a bank or mortgage company according to a fixed or floating interest rate.
The homebuyer makes monthly payments to repay principal and interest on the loan.
Over the course of the loan, the homebuyer repays the debt in full.
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