0 percent loan and credit – is it possible?

“First loan for free”, “0 percent installments” or “you will give back as much as you borrow” – these are just some of the slogans that are intended to encourage the customer to take out a loan or a loan. However, before purchasing a commitment, it is worth checking how it works and what to avoid…

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Low rates boost consumer credit

The consumer credit market remains buoyant, according to several brokers. In December 2017, in France, the volume of loans granted increased by 5.9% year-on-year. The French are increasingly using consumer credit. This is due to lower rates and attractive offers regularly offered by the institutions. Offers at 1% over one year For very short durations…

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Real estate credit: lessons from Anil in the 3rd quarter

    Dumel, the national agency for information on housing, is fully in its role when it comes to scrutinize the evolution of real estate rates. This association, which brings together major players in the housing (government, industry, users), noted a stable relationship at the 3rd quarter with a level of detail that needs to…

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Real estate credit: low rates boost buyers’ morale

According to the IFOP study conducted at the initiative of the DENMo and published in September, the morale of the French is good on the subject of the real estate market. The exceptionally low level of mortgage rates is generating unprecedented enthusiasm for obtaining a loan, despite high prices. Historically low rates! Borrowing money is…

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