First of all, there are different types of mortgages. In addition to the usual mortgage for buying a home and refinancing your own home, there is also a construction and renovation mortgage.
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Different rules apply to (new) residents than to non-residents. For example, a resident can get a mortgage up to 80% of the purchase amount and non-residents up to 60%.
A mortgage can run until you are 75 years old with a maximum period of 30 years.
Your monthly mortgage payment may also not exceed 1/3 of your net income. NB! If you already have loans, these monthly costs must be deducted from this 1/3.
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If you are going to live permanently in Spain, there are better mortgage conditions than with a 2nd (holiday) home. An example of this is lower interest rates and a higher maximum loan amount.
We often come across homes that are not properly registered. For example, due to illegal construction or incomplete registration to reduce taxes.
Pay close attention to this when purchasing, because the bank does not give a mortgage for unregistered parts of the house.
Applying for a mortgage in Spain can be quite difficult, especially due to differences in language and culture. We at IFAR are committed to guiding mortgage applications as well and quickly as possible and in your own language! Click here to apply for your mortgage in 3 simple steps.