11 Kasım 2007 Pazar

Switzerland Mortgage

Mortgage in Switzerland are mainly collateralized with the land upon which the housing is located. Here the owner has the chance of obtaining credit due to the value of the land. Here the lender acquires the right to use the land if the borrower is unable to meet his/her payments on mortgages. Generally on a bank's balance sheet, the mortgage loans appear in three separate asset line items which are as follows:
The current building credit account with mortgage collateral,
The fixed loan account with indirect mortgage collateral and
The direct mortgage account Overview On Swiss Mortgage Industry Though there is the presence of a very top international Banking structure in Switzerland, still the potential of the mortgage industry is not marked in a larger extent. The following points are the reasons behind such happenings.
The highest per capita mortgage indebtedness in the world
Interest rates which almost never fluctuate more than two or three percent and
The highest withholding tax rate in any country. However the mortgage industry in Switzerland functions in a different environment from its American counterpart and it is nonetheless parallel in many aspects and instructive in its idiosyncracies. Mortgage Business In Switzerland In Switzerland the political importance of the mortgage business is derived from the involvement of nearly all peoples whether it may be savers or tenants. In case of both the categories, the level of the mortgage rate is decisive for interest and rental rates. It is the only country having the biggest savers in the world
Mortgage Rates In SwitzerlandThere is the presence of high per capita mortgage indebtedness in Switzerland. This has led to the mortgage rate being the leading interest rate indicator in Switzerland. This rate is lower currently. The reasons behind lower rates are the huge capital inflows into Switzerland and interest rate cartels by banks. The mortgage interest rate also has a great impact on the inflation rate in the country.It is seen that there is a direct link between the price of agriculture produce and rental rates on the one hand and mortgage rates on the other.Rising interest rates in the country has pushed up rental rates. Keeping in view the above discussions it is very clear that mortgage rate is not only a leading interest rate indicator in Switzerland, but is also a major political one.

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