Buying Property in Poland
The Definitive Guide to
Buying Polish Property

Mortgage

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"...Mortgagedely accepted in Poland that most properties will not provide an impressive yield in their first two to three years. In major cities like Kraków or Warsaw expect about 4—6% and probably to earn no substantial income on a Mortgaged property after service charges and agency fees are accounted for. ..."

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"...Mortgageked for both sides in saving considerable amounts in fees and taxes but obviously goes a long way to distort the recorded figures of the last few years. Stricter rules, capital gains issues and the use of Mortgages have now removed much of this but how wide spread it was ..."
"...Mortgageeign investors have been rightly concerned about a simple question of mathematics. How can they rent out a property to cover a monthly Mortgage payment of 4,000 zlotys in a country where the official average income is just over 3,000 zlotys per month. Some have already had their fingers burnt ..."
"...Mortgagemates on the large sums of currency that are brought back are all there are. Although the government offers a tax treaty with many countries including the United Kingdom this is only a recent phenomenon. Poles who earned money abroad before 2005 are still expected to declare this and pay ..."

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"...Mortgagecations for Poland are numerous and strong as the country has a strong imbalance in its Gross Domestic Product versus Germany and it is set to benefit from further foreign investment, freight and logistics growth, a rising tourist trade, further confidence in the use of Mortgages and the introduction of ..."
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"... unfolds tourism will undoubtedly climb even higher and the capital gains and yields on holiday lets will also continue to grow. - Confidence in Mortgages - Despite exceptional price rises, most Poles buy for cash. Often they choose to live with parents longer, even after marriage, to ..."
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"... Banks and Mortgage lenders are keen to change this attitude with both heavy advertising and offers of foreign currency credit. As the economy grows stronger, and perhaps even with the introduction of the euro, attitudes will change and as Mortgages become widespread so property prices will rise. ..."
"...Mortgageat the future of the Polish property market, growth in demand seems the most viable scenario. The reasons are numerous: the population is getting wealthier at a rapid rate; plans for foreign direct investment place Poland consistently as a top 20 country for global companies; freight and logistics will increase ..."

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Chapter 7: Property Types
"...Mortgage no rush or urgency to fit the property out as there is no Mortgage to service and so the owner just sits on it as an asset. After a few years they may feel it is time to cash it in but rather than fit it out they offer ..."

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"... With this confirmed it is also worth looking at the possibility of financing your purchase through a Polish Mortgage as low rates may mean the cash you currently have would be better off in another financial investment that would more than cover the interest on the property loan. If ..."
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"... take you through the process of the different company formations and explains in detail what real estate they are allowed to purchase. - Polish Mortgages - A decade ago Polish banks showed little or no interest in lending to foreign buyers but times are changing and there are now a ..."
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"... Secondly banks are extremely risk averse. Mortgages are much more difficult to obtain than in many other countries and require more papers and documentation than many expect would be reasonably demanded by a lenders’ underwriters. Banks too remember the rocky history of the currency. ..."
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"... areas where surveyors are few, very busy and may even not be willing to travel to the location of your planned purchase. - The Polish Mortgage Application Process - To be better prepared it is worth understanding the steps involved in applying for and securing credit. - Step 1: ..."
"...Mortgageous banks or lenders will first make an assessment of your overall credit worthiness and this is carried out using their own internal software systems. As such it is possible to be rejected by one bank and accepted by another on any one application. Key factors will include how much ..."
"...Mortgage English is a popular secondary language re-read any correspondence and strip out complex or over flowered wording. "My conditional considerations regarding the acquisition will ultimately be reflected in the properties potential to provide positive rental yield immediately after purchase" should be replaced by "I am looking for a property ..."

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Chapter 15: Buying Off-Plan
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"... are downsides and this is one of them. From the point of view of financing your purchase there are a multitude of Mortgages available, so securing a loan, which can be drawn down piece by piece is not an issue (see Chapter 11 for details on Mortgages). - Completion - On completion ..."

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"...Mortgager costs are lower in Poland so are the costs of certified translators. How many documents you need will generally be related to whether or not you are applying for a Mortgage and whether or not you are ready to trust your solicitor’s verbal explanation or want to see the ..."
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"... in English yourself. Most certified translators charge by the word at about 300 zlotys per document. Take the recommendation of the agent, Mortgage broker or solicitor in order to find one that is well versed in translating documents related to property transactions. - Purchase Tax / ..."
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"... the income. As yields on rental incomes, both commercial and residential, are fairly low, it is unlikely that you will have a net income liable for tax in the first or second year on a Mortgaged property after agency fees and service charges are taken into account. However as prices ..."

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