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The magazine Construire sa maison looks back on the good news of the month concerning PTZ files. You will find the news and forecasts of the loan at zero interest there. Construire sa maison also gives you an instruction manual to familiarize you with the application process! Read the full article: Read… Read more »
In this article, Le Parisien analyzes the new real estate market, he looks back on its state in 2020 and on expectations and forecasts for 2021. Exceptionally low rates and return PTZ files, what will be the 2021 solutions for your real estate projects ? Find the entire article in Le Parisien:… Read more »
MY SWEET'IMMO looks back on the good news of the end of the year concerning mortgage loans and the resumption of PTZ files. Two new good reasons to launch your real estate projects… Find the MY SWEET'IMMO article in its entirety: Read the PDF version Find the article of the magazine Construire sa maison in its entirety: Read… Read more »
Labougeotte has found a relevant activity to occupy your confinement: look into your credit! In this article, find our tips for reassessing aspects of your credit and saving money in the long term. We tell you the procedure to follow and highlight the work of the broker, made to facilitate you… Read more »
"A plunge due mainly to the recommendations issued, even before the health crisis, by the High Council for Financial Stability (HCSF), which urge banks to no longer lend beyond twenty-five years, and without s' deviate from the commonly accepted maximum debt ratio of 33% of the borrower's income ”. A fine and precise analysis of… Read more »
Isabelle Rey-Lefebre returns to the evolutions of the subject of “borrower insurance”, from the Lagarde law through the Sapin II and Hamont laws, the insurance delegation is slowly being imposed. If the National Assembly supports consumer associations in their project to simplify the delegation of insurance, the government is opposed. A parliamentary committee will take place ... Read more »