The National Pension Commission has approved guidelines which allow Retirement Savings Account (RSA) holders access a maximum of 25% of their RSA balance for the payment of equity contribution towards securing a residential mortgage. This product extends to employees in active service or self-employed persons who are making monthly/periodic contributions to their RSA and are registered with a licensed Pension Fund Administrator (PFA).
The subscriber sees a preferred product via any of our channels and expresses Interest
MIXTA sends its product listing which fit into their budget ranges and the subscriber selects a preferred product
MIXTA prepares offer letters based on the Ts & Cs of the selected product.
The subscriber makes a mortgage application and receives an acceptance letter from their PMB upon fulfilment of all conditions.
The subscriber takes the acceptance letter from the PMB to the PFA for application of the 25% RSA equity.
Upon approval of the application disbursement is made to the PMB
The PMB credits MIXTA for the price of the property
The RSA applicant must be in active employment as a salaried employee or a self-employed person and must have both employer and employees’ contribution for a minimum period of 5 years prior to the application to access his/her RSA balance for the purpose of equity contribution for residential mortgage.
The cycle-to-cycle processing time varies from one PFA to another and may take an average of 28 days
Mortgage application duration varies from one Primary Mortgage Bank to another. The average processing
time is an average of 3 weeks*
No. The RSA 25% can only be used as equity contribution towards securing a residential mortgage. Notwithstanding, MIXTA Africa has
several payment plans that may be utilized to purchase its landed assets
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Yes, married couples are eligible to make a joint application subject to individually satisfying the eligibility requirements
No. The RSA 25% only applies to existing properties. However, MIXTA Africa has several payment plans that may be utilized to purchase its off-plan products
Yes, RSA Holders that have less than 5 years to retirement shall not be eligible to use a portion of their RSA savings as equity for residential mortgage
After full payment obligations have been met with your Primary Mortgage Bank
The RSA scheme is tied to a mortgage. Disbursement of the RSA 25% will only be through a Primary Mortgage Bank.
The Primary Mortgage Bank shall request for the supplementary equity contribution. The supplementary equity contribution shall be deposited with the PMB and shall not be drawn during the application process