Financing property: This is how the loan works
Before you buy a property, you need financing. Because this is where the really important questions are decided: What can I afford? Does the bank play along? What conditions can I expect? Does it make a difference whether I want to use the property myself or rent it out? And even if you have already bought, the topic remains a perennial favorite. Because rescheduling, changing banks and follow-up financing can raise plenty of questions.
This guide explains:
- Everything about equity, interest, repayment and creditworthiness.
- What price will my bank finance?
- Debt restructuring, follow-up financing and changing banks.
- Investment versus owner-occupied property.
- Funding pots, grants, cheap loans.
Buying a property involves many questions – and financial risks. Regardless of whether you are buying a property for the first time, whether you are making a replacement purchase or whether you are investing in a property to rent: in this guide we have prepared all relevant topics for you in a simple and understandable way. Currently highly relevant in the low-interest phase: Is debt restructuring or even a change of bank worth it? We took a closer look...
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