TSS Mortgages: The mortgage broker for expats

TSS Mortgages: The mortgage broker for expats


Buying a house or an apartment in the Netherlands is one thing, but applying for expat mortgages in the Netherlands is another matter; it can be very complex and stressful.

Let TSS Mortgages do the work for you!

With years of experience, the financial experts at TSS Mortgages have a great understanding of all the mortgage options available to expats on the Dutch market. Whether you are an EU or non-EU citizen, they have the experience and possibilities to make your dream home a reality in the Netherlands.

A customised mortgage

Because TSS Mortgages is an independent mortgage broker, they are able to compare multiple banks and their conditions. They will always take your whole financial and personal situation into account, along with your requirements, so that they are able to guarantee your expat mortgage in the Netherlands will be as customised as possible.

TSS Mortgages believes that even several years down the line, your mortgage still needs to suit you!

A well-developed mortgage market

The mortgage market in the Netherlands is very well developed. There is a large choice of mortgage providers, so you need to know a bit about how each type of mortgage works, in order to decide between them.

Be aware that as an expat buyer, you might not have access to such a broad range of mortgage providers in the Netherlands.

Should I go directly to a bank or use a mortgage broker?

You can apply for a mortgage directly at a Dutch bank or have the assistance of a mortgage broker. If you are not fully informed about what type of mortgage and interest options are best for you, taking expert advice from a certified mortgage broker such as TSS Mortgages is something to consider.

This is especially true for expat buyers, whose options are more limited. At TSS Mortgages, they are happy to inform and advise you about what your options are and what kind of mortgage would suit you best.

TSS Mortgages has access to a large number of policies and offers from different banks. They are therefore able to find the best deal for you. Dutch banks, on the other hand, will have only a select range of products and interest rates to offer, so doing this volume of research yourself can be time-consuming.

Rise in mortgage interest

Mortgage interest rates rose again last year compared to the previous year. However, this higher interest rate does not mean that you can no longer buy the house of your dreams. On the contrary, the housing market is now cooling down and there are even better chances to buy a house.

Are you curious about mortgage interest expectations in the near future? The financial experts at TSS Mortgages are happy to discuss the options for your specific situation with you! Feel free to contact them.



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