The most favorable terms for your mortgage

Do you want to realize your dream of owning your own home? MoneyPark offers not only attractive financing terms, but also a unique customer experience thanks to the combination of state-of-the-art technology and personal advice.

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Current mortgage rates

The displayed interest rates are the best rates currently available. Your personal interest rates may vary depending on LTV, affordability, mortgage amount and the location of the property.

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How much rent do you pay per month?

CHF 1500

You can afford:

CHF 500'000

Based on CHF7'500 monthly income Select your monthly rental payments by using the slider. Now you will see a guideline value for the maximum purchase price that you can afford when buying a property. The calculation is based on the assumption that your loan-to-value ratio is 80%, which means that you are able to finance 20% of the purchase price via your own funds.

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Free-of-charge property valuation

In the process of our advisory service we provide you with a reliable, free-of-charge valuation of your property. We use the same valuation tools as banks, which means they will accept our valuation and you won't have to do it again.

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Free-of-charge property valuation

Free-of-charge property valuation

In the process of our advisory service we provide you with a reliable, free-of-charge valuation of your property. We use the same valuation tools as banks, which means they will accept our valuation and you won't have to do it again.

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Fixed-rate mortgage
In a fixed-rate mortgage, the mortgage holder and the borrower agree on an interest rate that remains the same over the entire term of the mortgage. Although the borrower does not benefit from falling interest rates, he also does not have to bear any additional costs if interest rates rise. This guarantees a high degree of financial planning security.
Fixed-rate mortgage
Saron mortgage
The Saron is about to replace the Libor in Switzerland. Unlike the Libor, the interest rate of the Saron is based on actual transactions and is therefore more transparent. In the past, the interest rates of Libor and Saron were generally very similar.
Saron mortgage
Libor mortgage
The Libor mortgage is based on the London Interbank Offered Rate, i.e. the interest rate at which financial institutions lend money to each other. The bank sets its margin on this interest rate, resulting in the actual interest rate for the borrower. The Libor mortgage is adjusted to the current Libor rate every 3, 6 or 12 months, depending on the contract. Although the borrower can benefit from a falling Libor, a rising Libor can also lead to additional costs.
Libor mortgage
Variable-rate mortgage
The variable-rate mortgage is the most expensive of the three types of mortgage in the current low interest rate environment and is normally only used for short-term interim financing. The variable-rate mortgage has no fixed term, it is only subject to a period of notice.
Variable-rate mortgage

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