A lower usury rate is not necessarily good news for profiles considered “at risk” by banks when purchasing a property in France.
Implemented to protect borrowers, the usury [...]
When applying for a mortgage, a French lender will charge you a one-time fee. The amount will vary depending on the mortgage amount and the complexity of the file. You can [...]
For a long-term investment, the current market conditions are highly suitable to purchase a property in France.Interest rates look to remain at historically low levels this year French banks are willing [...]
Will the New Year 2021 be a “Déjà Vu” of 2020 ?
At the start of 2021, rates are staying at low levels as banks are increasingly relying on mortgages to attract new clients.
Solvent candidates could greatly benefit from this current business strategy while [...]
What is the impact of the second lockdown on the real estate market?
Last spring, the market was at a complete standstill. Eight months later and with a less strict second confinement, the number of sales agreements fell by 10% in November (against -75% during [...]