France is slowly ending its second phase of the confinement by allowing more businesses to reopen and more people to travel longer distances.
Pushed by the European Central Bank’s recommendations to revive the economy, French banks are encouraged to grant loans in the real estate sector.
Average rates are varying slightly upward for the very short duration (under 10 years duration) but we are witnessing a stable trend for the non-resident rates over 15 and 20 years.
With France’s border remaining closed at this time, house visits are not yet possible for those from abroad, but we can help you define borrowing capacity and provide agreements in principle while you search for a suitable project.
Current mortgage rates for June 2020
|Fixed rate(1)||Term||Monthly repayment
for 10 000€ borrowed
|0.85%||10 years / 120 months||86.95€|
|1.20%||15 years / 180 months||60.73€|
|1.28%||20 years / 240 months||47.25€|
|2.50%||25 years / 300 months||44.86€|
(1) The indicated rates are given for information purposes and are based on the latest bank rates of one or more of our partners. The rates in the table above do not include the ancillary cost as notary fees, guarantees, insurance and intermediation.
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