Mortgage in Spain

Discussion in 'Spanish property' started by gregory, Sep 11, 2006.

  1. Damian George

    Damian George New Member

    Hi Pneumatic,

    we can try to help if you private message me - but to be honest spanish mortgages at the present are very difficult and unless you have perfect credit references both in spain and the uk and 30% equity in your spanish property (taking into account 30%+ drop in spanish property prices) you are going to find this a difficul process

    Regards
     
  2. tgedge

    tgedge New Member

    Hi if anyone knows of any good mortgage deals please let me know, thanks.

    Trevor
     
  3. Theo Rodrigues

    Theo Rodrigues New Member

    Spanish Mortgages

    Have a chat with Heather at International Mortgage Solutions in Marbella. I've always got an honest appraisal of the current Spanish Mortgage market from her.
     
  4. Damian George

    Damian George New Member

    yes heather is very good and honest. Drop my name if you can as i have worked with her for many years
     
  5. pneumatic

    pneumatic New Member

    @Manzanares, @Damian & @Theo,

    thankyou for your replies. i apologise for not getting back earlier this was due to work commitments. i have made a note of your comments and may get back later. i say may as my circumstances have changed slightly since i last posted, the goalposts are moving as they say.

    regards & thanks again,
    pneumatic
     
  6. Damian George

    Damian George New Member

    no problems,

    if you need to buy euros drop me a line

    good luck
     
  7. gurugary

    gurugary New Member

    good mortgage offer

    Hi trevor
    what sort of mortgage deal are you looking for ?

    regards
    Gary weston
     
  8. gurugary

    gurugary New Member

    Switch & Save today

    Hi
    we can offer a switch & save mortgage products with rates starting from 2.45%
    let me know your loan to value please

    gary weston
     
  9. jvmills

    jvmills New Member

  10. rowlandsbb

    rowlandsbb New Member

    I'm not a mortgage broker and I seem to be getting different vibes re mortages for non residents just now
    A status which is OK for one client to get a mortgage may not be OK for another client with a similar status

    Can anyone give a general guide with confidence just now say for:

    Middle aged buyer with say 30% deposit wanting a good term interest only
    and for say

    a 6o + buyer with the same deposit

    Interesting to read the views of the brokers who look at this forum
     
  11. Damian George

    Damian George New Member

    Hi Brian,

    at the moment neither would go through unless their credit rating is A+ an enough provable income to support current commitments and for the proposed spanish mortgages.

    Best Euros rates the moment is 1.1500
     
  12. shubh

    shubh New Member

  13. gurugary

    gurugary New Member

    Current mortgage conditions

    Hi Brian

    it is currently nigh on impossible for your hypothetical clients to get an interest only period at all

    Most banks will lend 60% comfortably but the over 60 market will not be offered any interest only period

    80% is still possible but only through one lender who you can imagine is cherry picking

    On average debt to income ratios have been reduced to 35%. I have been told that the bank of spain have to approve all non resident mortgages before the banks can sign .This is why on average it takes 3 to 4 months for completions these days

    gary
    switch and save today
     
  14. rowlandsbb

    rowlandsbb New Member

    Thanks for all the information
    Do you all expect it to improve as we move out of the recession say 2010
     
  15. Damian George

    Damian George New Member

    not this year or next - we are working on the double dip and think this is going to get worse.

    low euro exchange rates, lack of spanish mortgages and real chance of being fired is scaring most people - even those who want to buy spanish property are sitting on the sidelines as sellers are becoming more and more desprate.

    shubh - how are you going selling your book
     
  16. greg

    greg New Member

    What makes you so sure that we will "move out of the recession say 2010"????? :marchmellow:

    Finally someone who sees what is out there...
     
  17. DC

    DC Member

    It may get worse, but then it hits a level and improves. Spain is still an awesome country and has alot of good lifestyle and quality. Financially things are harder but it has alot to offer. Spain will come back stronger. Personally and Work wise I am very positive on Spains future. It is just correcting its excesses.
    2010 come back, or 2011, but it will be back.
     
  18. Damian George

    Damian George New Member

    spanish property as a long term investment is a clear winner - n 10yrs time we will look back andthink whydidnt we fill our boots - argh the rason - you cant get a spanish mortgages any more!

    Also buying euros even at the best euro rates today is 1.1612 versus euro exchage rate of1.4500 2 years agao
     
  19. gurugary

    gurugary New Member

    the state of the market

    Hi guys

    this sums up the spanish market of today. I have just been instructed to list a 3 / 4 bedroom detached frontline golf villa with pool that was on the market in 2006 at €525,000 for the grand sum of €225,000

    I doubt even at that price i will be able to complete a sale due to the lack of mortgage s available

    gary weston
     
  20. Damian George

    Damian George New Member

    hi gary,

    yep - unless you can find a cash buyer it will be on your books for a while!
     
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