Financing Solutions

Motorbike Loan

Ride off on your dream motorbike with a tailored finance package that suits your needs.

We offer loans for all kinds of motorbikes and motor scooters so taking out a loan to buy one is possible in 3 easy steps. Apply today for quick and simple motorbike finance. Arranging a loan that lets you pay for your motorbike with a fixed monthly sum can be a great way to manage the cost of ownership of your new-found mobility means.


We provide you with an obligation free motorbike loan quote. We offer:

  • To help you finance both a new and used bike up to a value of Euro 20,000.
  • Payments at your own pace – we offer loan terms up to 3 years.
  • To endeavour to review loan applications within 24 hours (excluding Sundays and public holidays).
  • Easy online loan calculator to find out the maximum loan you can get and to estimate your monthly payment.
  • Immediate online application if you are over 18 years of age and in regular full-time employment.



Motorbike Loans – Lending Terms

Scooters/Motorcycles (New or Used) – up to a value of €10,000

  • Up to 80% financing – Minimum loan value €2000
  • Minimum repayment period – 1 Year
  • Maximum repayment period – 3 Years

Scooters/Motorcycles (New or Used) – from €10,001 up to a value of €20,000

  • Up to 70% financing – Minimum loan value €2000
  • Minimum repayment period – 1 Year
  • Maximum repayment period – 3 Years

The general rule is that loans are accepted for motorbikes whose age is not older than 10 years. In the event that the motorbike you intend purchasing is older, you are kindly requested to contact our team by sending an email to info@financehouse.mt.


Interest & Fees

  • The general interest rate is of 9% per annum but is discounted for specific offers and products offered by Finance House plc. Current special interest rate offers start from a reduced Interest rate of 7% per annum, subject to terms and conditions.
  • 2.75% Banking Fee charged to client on loan value subject to a Standing Order and/or Direct Debit instructions for automated monthly payments. This may rise up to 4.75% if such Standing Order and/or Direct Debit is not affected in favour of Finance House plc.
  • €10 HP Bill Fee charged to client per bill.

Representative example:

  • The Annual Percentage Rate of Charge (APRC) on a loan of €5,000, repayable over 3 years at a fixed borrowing rate of 7% per annum, will be 13.53%. The loan will be repayable in 36 equal monthly instalments of €169.75. The total amount paid after 3 years will be €6,110.89.

  • The Annual Percentage Rate of Charge (APRC) on a loan of €5,000, repayable over 3 years at a fixed borrowing rate of 9% per annum, will be 16.89%. The loan will be repayable in 36 equal monthly instalments of €178.00. The total amount paid after 3 years will be €6,407.96.

Fees may be added to loan amount and financed as part of monthly bills.


Other Fees

  • Customers wishing to pay up the account in full may be required to pay a fee subject to the closing of value due. This can only be determined at the point of closure as the amount is calculated on the value outstanding.
  • A late payment fee of two euro (€2) per day, when the borrower’s account features in the Lender’s overdue reports. The fee will be charged to the borrower’s account until the borrower’s account is fully regularised, and this includes the payment of any outstanding fees of whatsoever nature.
  • A monthly charge of five euro (€5) per month that shall become due on the issue of the Monthly Overdue Statement. This fee will continue to be levied until the borrower’s account is fully regularised, including the payment of any outstanding fees of whatsoever nature.
  • A charge of twenty-five euro (€25) each time a legal letter is issued in the event of default in payments.

Repayments

Clients are obliged to settle their monthly dues by providing a Direct Debit Mandate/Standing Order to the Financing Company.


To apply for a loan, the following documentation is required

  • Copy of a valid Identity Document (ID Card or Passport).
  • Proof of permanent residential address if this is not evident on identity document, which can be in the form of a Utility Bill, Bank Statement or correspondence from local Government authority department.
  • Residence Rental agreement if applicable.
  • Copies of the latest three payslips and FS3 for previous year. In the case of self-employed individuals, we will request copies of your Profit and Loss Accounts and Tax Statements issued by the Inland Revenue Department for the last two years.
  • Non-Maltese nationals may be required to provide additional information in respect of their residency status, occupation and permanency in Malta as proof that they have been residing in Malta for more than five years.
  • Copy of the latest bank statement where salary/income is being transacted (3 months history).
  • Other documentation may be requested at point of loan application review.

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