Investing in Swiss Property: A Guide to Buying Property in Switzerland
Buying Houses, Apartments & Chalets in Switzerland
The process of buying property in Switzerland varies considerably to buying property in the UK, it is therefore advisable to familiarise yourself with the general rules and regulations.
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- Switzerland Economy Update
- Switzerland Property Market
- Purchase Process
- Property Taxation
- Property Rental Guide
- Resort Property Guide
The Swiss Property Market has been on an upward trajectory for almost 20 years. While new, more restrictive regulations on financing mortgages have been released courtesy of the Swiss National Bank and Financial Market Supervisory Authority, price increases have slowed yet are still on the rise. Rapid price inflation has mostly been confined to the prime ski resorts and key urban centres with property in many other locations remaining relatively affordable relative to incomes. Demand for property is being supported by record low borrowing costs while the shortage of supply is likely to offer support to prices over the next 5 -10 years.
If you’re thinking about investing in property in Switzerland download our free guide to buying property in Switzerland and discover everything you need to know before you make your investment. We cover all the essentials from Switzerland property prices and the property market, the purchase process and what to expect from the buying process, how to get a mortgage in Switzerland, what you can expect to pay in taxes including information on exchange rates, VAT, capital gains tax and tourist tax, a guide on renting property in Switzerland and lastly a resort property guide covering Arosa, Bernese Oberland, Champery, Crans-Montana, Davos, Grimentz, Grindelwald, Interlaken, Laax, La Tzoumaz, Nendaz, Ovronnaz, Saas-Fee, St Moritz, Verbier, Villars, Wengen, Zermatt & Zinal.
Read the complete guide to Investing in Switzerland Property and become an instant expert in the Swiss Alpine property market.
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