The year 2020 is over, and even though its outcome will most probably affect the market for longer, let's summarize what we already know.
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The upfront payment is one of the most crucial aspects of the deal when buying a property in Poland, or elsewhere. On the Polish market, there are two types of upfront - zaliczka or zadatek. They differ significantly, and you must be aware of those differences to avoid any unpleasant surprises.
For all who consider buying a property in Poland via a mortgage, we prepared a comprehensive guide about the subject. We hope it will help you understand the process and decide whether or not you wish to join more than 2 million households owning property in Poland via a mortgage.
Understanding the actual cost of the mortgage might be challenging as there are many factors to it. Let’s analyze them for you one by one.
Here is a brief comparison of the popular ways to finance the purchase of a car in Poland.
Buying an apartment in Poland does not have to be complicated if you are well prepared for the task.
If you are planning to get a mortgage in Poland, sooner or later you will hear about "wkład własny" or "wpłata własna". How does it work?
As many of our customers plan to repay their mortgage sooner than the original period in the mortgage agreement with the bank, we decided to explain to you how it works.
One of the most important aspects of getting the mortgage, or any other loan, is your creditability. What is it and how do the banks calculate it?