Living and working in Spain? In this case banks will tend to finance 80% of your purchase, but in some cases we can manage to get 90% or even higher.
If you are working in Spain, and being taxed here, you are eligible for a resident mortgage. This generally covers 80% of the property value, but can sometimes cover up to 90% or even more, depending on your specific situation, property price, valuation…
Although many banks offer resident mortgages, we can do the hard work for you in finding the right one for you!
Whether or not you are considered a resident in Spain depends entirely on where you pay your taxes, not your nationality or even “residencia” status. If you pay your taxes in Spain and your income is coming in euros, then you are a tax resident.
For Spanish resident mortgages, you can expect to borrow up to 80% of the purchase price of the property. Mortgage terms extend up to 30 years, considering the applicant would have repaid the mortgage by the age of 75.
Once you are a Spanish tax resident, your options to get a mortgage multiply as more banks will offer this product. Still, a mortgage process is never simple, and mortgage terms change considerably from bank to bank.
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:
With our resident mortgage calculator, you can estimate how much you could ask for as a mortgage and the resulting monthly repayments. For a full personal simulation, please contact us!
This how we recommend we start together with your mortgage process:
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Check out the Mortgage calculators. You can see how much your repayment would be, or estimate your eligibility for a mortgage.
Go to our blog to see some of the information we post there, as well as our frequently asked questions
Still in doubt? Read in the testimonials section what our clients say about us!
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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