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09 Jun 2012 10:32 by dibsy Star rating. 2 posts Send private message

 Are the banks in Spain in favour of letting people in distress have there morgage taken over by a willing party.





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10 Jun 2012 12:50 by jaldridge Star rating in Manilva. 144 posts Send private message

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Of course, as long as they can afford it!

This is called "subrogacion" in Spain.  BUT, the person taking over the mortgage and the property has to go through the usual checks with the bank to satisfy them that they can afford to pay the mortgage.

Subrogacion can be popular because you don't have the costs associated with opening a new mortgage, so there is a saving to be had, but from a buyer's point of view I don't think it's actually any easier in terms of getting the actual mortgage.



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