Follow-up financing

If you take out a financing when buying a property, it usually consists of two parts: the debit interest period and the follow-up financing that starts after the fixed interest period has expired.

Often there is a residual debt left after the fixed interest rate period, which you still have to pay. Don't worry, this is quite normal. The follow-up financing determines the interest rate at which this residual debt will be repaid.

There are different types of follow-up financing in Germany: the rollover with your own bank, and the debt rescheduling with another provider. In addition, in some cases, you can opt for a forward loan to secure a low interest rate.

Follow-up financing

Is your mortgage due to expire in a few years? Then it's time to look for the right follow-up financing. Find out what it looks like and how you can secure the best deal right here.

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