58. If they had published it as usual, I think the banks would have lost money, which is why I think they are not for the work …
I have to sign a mortgage in June but I don’t know what type of Euribor they will apply to me if it is the month of May or the month of March because it is said that it is the last one published two months before.
I would like to know how much you can afford me the mortgage expenses knowing that the legal transfer tax expenses have already been paid by the developer. And what is that about the provision they are talking about?
What would I have to pay the fee every month + mortgage expenses + commission expenses + purchase expenses?
What I want to know is my turn to review on 05-11-08, what month would it take to do the review? Thank you for the response and we encourage all of us with a mortgage
They normally publish the interest rate in the B.O.E. In your case, the last one published in the previous month would affect you. Specifically, it would be the month of April.
But seen what I’ve seen in my case. If the fee is going to lower you enough
spread it to all banks: IF THE FEE LOWS, YOU PUBLISH BEFORE, IF THE FEE GOES UP, YOU PUBLISH LATER! so they see that we are not stupid and that
P.S. If someone contradicts what I say, take into account that he works in a bank or profits from our interests. Those affected tend to help each other and understand each other
When in the conditions of a mortgage loan it says that, for revision purposes, the Euribor of the previous month plus the differential will be applied, does this mean that it is the Euribor published the previous month, but in the BOE? or it is not necessary.
Let me explain, if my review is on April 15, what Euribor will they apply to me? March or February? Does it have to be published in the Boe or not?
I’m about to take out a mortgage, uffffffffffffffff. They tell me the Eurivor + 0.35 interest rate at 5.10% but the APR 5.51%. I have to take out life insurance in addition to home insurance. But I don’t know if it is better to have the reviews done annually or every six months. Can someone help me rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr. And that they think so roughly about the mortgage.