For those who are receiving income & being taxed outside Spain, banks will provide non-resident mortgages of between the 60% and 70% of your purchase, depending on your country of origin and circumstances.
At Hipoteken, we are happy to provide experienced advice to ensure we can secure you a mortgage solution, regardless of the country where you are generating your income.
We have many happy clients from locations all over the world, such as the UK, Ireland, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, United States, France, Sweden, Norway…. and many others!
A non-resident Spanish mortgage refers to a lending agreement that is offered to individuals who are not tax residents in Spain.
As a non-resident in Spain, you will typically be offered:
Getting a mortgage as a non-resident in Spain can be challenging, that is why we recommend you count on us to help you along the way!
Understanding mortgages and dealing with Spanish banks is not always simple. Language, paperwork and processes are likely to be very different to those in your country.
Having helped international clients with non-resident mortgages for many years, our aim is to understand our client’s needs and to make sure we can provide you with a mortgage in principle in the best possible terms and in reasonable time.
Wouldn’t you feel more confident viewing properties when you know a mortgage expert has got your case in hand and a mortgage in principle ready to go? This is our target!
With Hipoteken you will:
This how we recommend we start together with your mortgage process:
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Check out the Mortgage calculator. You can see how much your repayments would be, or estimate your eligibility.
Go to our blog to see some of the information we post there, as well as our frequently asked questions.
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1 Loan to value (LTV%) – This is the % of your purchase price the bank is ready to finance you.
2 Type of mortgage – Is the interest rate fixed or variable?
3 Interest rate (i%) – How much is the bank charging you for your loan.
4 Set up cost – How much are the set up costs of the mortgage?
5 Combined sale products – Do you have to take bank’s products together with the mortgage? Is their cost reasonable? Do I need them?
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