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Tax relief for interest on the loan, and refinance loan.

Posted: September 10th, 2013 | Author: | Money

In our country, you can get tax relief for interest on the loan provided that the loan has been targeted to acquisition or construction of housing, and so it is a home loan. Many times, however, there were doubts as to how to tax credit when they refinance such loans.

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Early repayment of the loan and insurance

Posted: August 18th, 2013 | Author: | Money

The mortgage market is a lot of procedures especially when representatives of the bank will want us to sell additional products tempting us with promotions or simply the convenience and time savings. That is, inter alia, the compulsory insurance of a house or apartment. The purchase of such a policy outside the bank will cost us some time and paperwork, and the bank is well aware of the fact that most of us simply will not want it. / photo on flickr

“Free” personal accounts-where to look for hidden fees?

Posted: August 15th, 2013 | Author: | Money

Almost every bank is now offering free personal accounts, although in practice it is rarely these bills are actually free, without any payment conditions. And where to find the hidden costs? First of all you should start by saying that most of the bills would require us to regularly pay on account of a certain amount, usually the amount fluctuates around 1000 pounds, so if you get on a payment account, then it will be free indeed.

Installments 0% – no extra cost?

Posted: August 15th, 2013 | Author: | Money

Papers in stores and billboards often shout to us using capitals about 0% installments. And although apparently it’s a great deal, it is very rare that installment actually entails no additional cost. What can we expect? First of all, be careful about any additional insurance, extended warranties and other services that are offered to us as a necessarily, because they all may bear additional costs for us.

Life insurance while taking a loan

Posted: August 15th, 2013 | Author: | Money

Many times you can find a situation where a bank requires contracting a larger loan, and especially if the loan is on the long-term payment, it also demands a life insurance from the customer. Even if it is not required, we can often get more beneficial credit. Many people consider this as an additional cost of credit, but it is actually just a ball and a chain?

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Credit holidays – a moment to catch your breath

Posted: August 15th, 2013 | Author: | Money

Housing loans is quite a heavy burden on the household budget. Even the best thought-out cannot withstand a collision with reality and prove to be too little resistant to emergency situations such as job loss, sudden expenses, etc. Sometimes we need to take a deep breath and the banks seem well aware of this.

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Mortgages – what and how?

Posted: August 15th, 2013 | Author: | Money

Housing loans are taken out to the large amounts and for long periods of time, sometimes it takes a few decade fees and thousands of money, which in our country is quite a large sum. It is good to plan the process to get everything well done. And below we describe step by step what to do.