After having applied some exceptional reductions on the mortgage rates in May and after a stabilisation in June, banks are now increasing the rates in July.
After six months of rises, banks are making the most of a calm spell for the OAT during the summer holidays and stabilising their mortgage rates. This status quo will remain for
Real estate mortgage rates are still rising L’Agence Nationale d’Information pour le Logement (the ANIL for short- the national agency which provides information on housing), published its latest market rate indicator last month,
The scene is set: a progressive rise in loan rates February 2011 saw a confirmed yet measured rise in interest rates which started at the end of last year: the average rate over 20 years is now established at 4.05%, compared to the 3.94% of January 2011.
Rates remain low, but for how much longer? Time to start thinking about taking out a French mortgage at one of the lowest rates for over 50 years.
Real Estate Credits- is this the moment to benefit from?
We’ve all heard about the current drop in interest rates, but borrowers aren’t the only ones to reap the benefits. If you’ve already taken out a mortgage,
At Sextant Mortgages we’re pleased to present a brand new mortgage product, which has been developed to meet our clients’ needs and requests, as they go through the purchasing of a property:
You may be wondering how much you are allowed to borrow, what sort of repayment plan would suit you or even whether you can take out a French mortgage at all.
It’s a familiar story. You’ve put your UK home on the market, keen to make a fresh start in France. You decide to go to France on a prospective viewing trip, and