As we are already a month into the governmental program addressed to first-time property buyers, we gathered enough data to analyze it further.
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In Poland, one of the main price-shaping factors in the mortgage is the amount of upfront the customer can pay in advance.
Recently, many mortgage owners could've been offered a change from variable to a 5-year fixed rate. While it was and still is an option to consider, there is also an alternative way to address the current situation in the market, with potentially more tangible and long-term savings in mortgage cost.
It's been only four months since we have analyzed the differences between the fixed and variable rate mortgage. Nevertheless, the situation on the market changed so rapidly that we have decided to look at the subject once more.
Until recently not all banks in Poland were offering a mortgage with a fixed rate - this changed due to a recommendation issued by the Polish Financial Supervision Authority, and now each big bank in Poland does offer this type of mortgage. Let's analyze what the market offers.
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.
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