After many years of lack of interest in looking at re-mortgages one Spanish Bank during this difficult time due to Covid 19 has decided to put some focus on the potential clients it could attract.
The numbers relate to Januarys Spanish loans registered at land registry so are likely to reflect signings from December well before anyone dreamed in three months Spain would be on a lockdown.
Number of Spanish lenders lending Mortgages to non residents decreases The last few weeks have seen more Spanish Banks remove fixed rates as an option for a mortgage in Spain for applications where the applicant earns their incomes in a different currency to Euros. Whilst most lenders have stipulated currencies by which they will […]
In December of 2019 Mortgages in Spain average loan size fell to 122.1% down 4.2% over Dec 2018 and down 5.9% against the previous month. The number of loans in Spain reached 30.285 up 3.9% against November and 43% over December 2018.
Bank of Spain quarterly survey The Bank of Spain has issued its quarterly report on Bank lending for Q4 2109. The data, some of which is open to question, is compiled not from statistics but from a questionnaire sent to participating lenders. Given the lenders may wish to politically skew some of their answers it […]
Spanish Lending figures in October Octobers Spanish loan figures showed an improvement on the dismal figures from last two months but remained depressed against October 2018. How much of this is still due to a backlog from the regulation change is difficult to tell but after 3 months in row of low numbers the year […]