EN reduces the price of its mixed and fixed mortgages by ten basis points in the fixed section, as reported this Friday.
Through a statement, the entity has indicated that its Fixed Orange Mortgage has a new fee of 1.40% (before 1.50%).
For its part, the Orange Mixed Mortgage has an interest rate for the fixed installment of the first ten years at 1.15% (before 1.25%) and maintains the variable period referenced to the Euribor plus 0.89%.
While your variable mortgage remains referenced to the Euribor plus 0.89%.
In this way, in the entity’s three mortgages – mixed, variable, and fixed – up to 80% of the appraised value is granted (75% in the case of a second home). In addition, they do not entail any type of additional expense for their formalization (notary, registry, agency and appraisal). The process is ‘online’ until the signature and with a personal manager accompanying the client.
ING’s mortgage activity grew 71% in new production through June compared to the first half of 2020. By mortgage class, 48% of those contracted this year have been at a variable rate, compared to 38% mixed and 14% fixed.