Have you decided to stay in the Czech Republic? Are you thinking of buying your own property? We will help you choose the right property and, of course, assist you with the financing. The range of banks in the Czech Republic is relatively wide, though many of them provide very limited loans to foreigners (unless you have permanent residence). You can get more useful information about the real estate market in the Czech Republic here: www.relp.cz
Mortgage is the best option for buying a property or if you need to borrow some money. Czech mortgage market is full of various offers and we know how complicated it can be to understand them. Basic necessary conditions for getting a mortgage are:
Conditions for EU residents are very similar to those for Czechs. As for non-EU citizens, it depends on which country they are from and how long they have lived in the Czech Republic. Gettig a mortgage is always a very individual process.
LTV stands for loan to value. It is a difference between the real property value (according to the bank estimate) and the amount which a client wants to borrow. A lower LTV means a better interest rate. For example: The value of the property is 3 000 000 CZK, client wants to borrow 2 600 000 CZK, LTV is 80 %. At this time you can borrow a maximum of 90 % LTV.
Most people apply for a mortgage in the bank where they have a bank account. It is not true, though, that as clients of the bank they get better conditions. There are over 10 banks on the market offering mortgages. It is a good idea to compare more bank offers – or hire a well experienced financial advisor to do it for you.
Some banks offer a lower interest rate than others. But it may be dependent on getting additional products such as bank insurance, credit cards etc. You pay extra money for these so in the end such offers can be very expensive!
You can save on taxes and reduce your annual tax base by the portion of the interest rate you’ve already paid off!
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