On September 21, the SNB surprisingly refrained from raising its key interest rate. What does this mean for mortgage interest rates?
On June 22, 2023, the SNB raised its key interest rate for the fifth time in twelve months. What does this mean for homeowners and real estate buyers?
Buying a home is complex. We explain the buying process and present our smart tools that support and relieve you.
Dreaming of a vacation home on the lake or in the mountains? We explain how you can get a mortgage despite the stricter guidelines for properties.
The SNB has raised the key interest rate despite the financial crisis. What does that mean for mortgage rates? How will they develop by year's end?
Most people think it's spring. That may be true, but it doesn't have to be. We explain which factors determine the right time to sell.
With its 2nd key interest rate hike this year, the SNB has ended the period of negative interest rates. How does this decision affect mortgage rates?
With the first increase in key interest rates in 15 years, mortgage rates in Switzerland are also rising. What effects does this have for homeowner?
After retirement, you have to manage with less income. That's why banks require you to pay off your 2nd mortgage by the time you retire.
If you want to borrow to finance your home, you need at least 20 percent equity. What can you do if you don't have that much money?
Real estate prices have continued to rise. According to a UBS study, the market in Zurich is considered overheated. What does that mean for you?
If you want to buy a house you need finance. We've gathered everything you need to know about mortgages: how they work and what sustainability is.