When the fixed interest rate on your home loan has expired, the question of follow-up financing often arises. Does an extension of the mortgage lending or rescheduling make more sense for you?
It is often worth rescheduling if you already have one or more loans and still need further financing. What you should pay attention to can be found here.
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Does it make sense to reschedule or should it be better to pay off your existing loans? We'll tell you when to reschedule your loan.
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Do you want to reschedule your loan because your interest rates are too high? Here you will find tips so that everything goes smoothly with the rescheduling.
Do you currently have a loan agreement, but want to save money by rescheduling? We'll tell you how it works!
In recent years, interest rates have fallen so sharply that the number of loans has increased rapidly.
With a rescheduling, an existing loan that was taken out several years ago at a higher interest rate is replaced by a new, significantly cheaper loan.
For a long time, mortgage lending without equity was considered too high a risk. Too often people had literally blocked their view of reality through their longing dreams.
With a rescheduling loan, it is possible to replace existing - possibly more expensive - loans.
Debt rescheduling can help you to significantly reduce your interest costs. Find out why this is the case here!