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You get an overview of your financial means, set yourself a savings goal and track your progress.To the purchase planner
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You check the location as well as the value of the property and visit the properties of your choice. Our checklist supports you.Checklist for the visit
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You choose the property you would like to buy and compare suitable mortgages. We are also pleased to give you personalised advice.
Frequently asked questions about mortgages
How do mortgages work?
Which mortgage models are there?
Banks and insurers generally offer three types of mortgage.
The fixed-rate mortgage
You finance your property for an agreed period, generally between 2 and 20 years. The most common option is 10 years. The interest rate is fixed at the outset and does not change. This allows you to budget the costs, which provides a degree of planning security.
The money-market mortgage (or Libor mortgage)
The mortgage interest rate is based on the daily Libor rate plus a fixed, agreed margin (profit margin). That means it changes all the time. This mortgage is attractive if you expect interest rates to fall and would like to profit from that.
The variable-rate mortgage
With no fixed period defined, this is particularly suitable for covering short-term bridging needs or for smaller amounts for which you would not get other types of mortgage. The interest rate is considerably higher, however. It is based on the general interest-rate level, and can be changed by the lending institution at any time.
What are ancillary purchase costs and how much are they?
In addition to the mortgage and your own funds, there are ancillary purchase costs, in the form of taxes and fees, attached to every property purchase. Depending on the canton, they range from 1 % to 5 % of the purchase price. Our calculator assumes an average rate of 2,5 % for ancillary purchase costs.
Possible ancillary costs
– Property transfer tax
– Notarial fees
– Land registry fees
– Promissory note fees
Our tip: Get the respective information from the canton concerned and avoid unpleasant surprises.