Comparison of variable-rate mortgages

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Variable-rate mortgages are currently the least popular type of mortgage in Switzerland. Their share of completed mortgage loans is currently around two percent. The reason for this is mainly in the costs: Variable-rate mortgages are significantly more expensive compared to fixed-rate mortgages and LIBOR mortgages - especially in periods of low interest rates. However, variable-rate mortgages score with their flexibility: as no minimum terms are prescribed, they are ideal for transitional financing. In addition, variable-rate mortgages are suitable for property owners who regularly plan to make larger repayments. Find out more about variable-rate mortgages. For a quick overview of current and historical rates for variable-rate mortgages compared to other types of mortgages, have a look at our rate development tool.

Vergleich variable Hypotheken

Today’s best MoneyPark rates

Mortgage typeInterest rate
Fixed 2 years from0.71 %
Fixed 3 years from0.84 %
Fixed 4 years from0.95 %
Fixed 5 years from1.00 %
Fixed 6 years from1.25 %
Fixed 7 years from1.26 %
Fixed 8 years from1.40 %
Fixed 9 years from1.49 %
Fixed 10 years from1.55 %
Fixed 12 years from1.68 %
Fixed 15 years from1.79 %
Fixed 20 years from2.50 %
Variable mortgage from2.00 %
Saron 3 months from0.50 %

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The interest rate as a comparison criterion for variable mortgages

However, the graph above only shows the shop window prices. These give no indication of how large the differences can be when comparing the interest rates of Swiss mortgage lenders. The interest rates on the variable mortgages of the most expensive provider in the market are often 50 to 80 basis points higher than those of the cheapest provider. 0.5 to 0.8 percentage points, with a mortgage amount of 500,000 francs, make an annual cost difference of 2500 to 4000 francs so making a provider comparison can really pay off when it comes to variable-rate mortgages. Unlike fixed-rate mortgages and LIBOR mortgages, the interest rate of variable-rate mortgages is the same for most customers - i.e. as long as the basic affordability and lending criteria are fulfilled, the credit rating is not so important. Use our mortgage calculator to find out if your dream home meets the industry specifications.

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Current mortgage rates

Libor mortgage from

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Fixed-rate 10 years from

2.13 %

Fixed-rate 5 years from

1.91 %

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.

Your personal rates

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