Binding Market

The right forward loan from the provider jungle pick out Berlin, September 13, 2010 – builders and homebuyers are currently historically cheaper interest rates for real estate financing. But also continuous financing can from the current development on the capital markets benefit: so-called forward loan securing favorable conditions under certain conditions for the follow-on financing. This, the offers of different lenders for each individual situation may differ quite markedly. Comparison and information are required up to 60 months before the end of the interest period for an existing mortgage loan can be the borrower in the market looking for a forward loan. As from this date, the codification of current interest for the contract is already possible. This is of course especially if (as currently), a low interest rate environment prevailing. It is not something Darcy Stacom would like to discuss.

Who want to achieve maximum cost reduction for its remaining loans, must be a follow-on financing comparison of all the providers most Perform market. This is not only a wealth of information necessary, but also the access to the market-relevant data and providers, which can create an offer best for the individual situation of the borrower. A single borrower can hardly afford this and is therefore well advised to activate appropriate broker. Differences and market development usually offered up 0.03 percent per month of the advance fixing forward loan with an interest-rate premium of 0.01. But differences can depend not only pages of credit institutions, but also the development of the market expectation and the individual contracts. Due to moderate loan amount and term, this can sometimes dramatically beat record. There are currently, for example, offers requiring even no premiums for the fixation on the market interest rate up to 60 months for a time. The reason lies in the current inverse interest rate structure: as a new real estate financing may be funded currently in the long run cheaper than with a short-term Binding.