Assisted loans (PTZ and PAS) enabled 70% of first-time buyers to buy new homes in 2016, according to a recent study published by Fontier. Favorable licensing conditions favored the granting of assisted loans.

How many first-time buyers in 2016?

How many first-time buyers in 2016?

According to Fontier figures, 559,000 households bought for the first time last year. The establishment, which specializes precisely in first-time buyers, notes – unsurprisingly – a predominance of purchases in the former (417 000, against 142 000 in the former).

The Zero Rate Loan (PTZ) in 2016 is…

The Zero Rate Loan (PTZ) in 2016 is...

In concrete terms, the PTZ in 2016 helped finance 114,940 operations in the new. It weighs 7.4 billion euros. This may sound both huge and abstract, but you should know that the number of loans granted jumped by 98% compared to 2015. Ditto for the average amount which rose to 64 400 €, a growth of 71%. Geographically, buyers in zones B2 and C benefited the most.

The success of the PTZ last year can be explained by the more flexible granting conditions: opening of the loan towards the old real estate and raising of the income ceilings.

Real estate insurance: think about insurance delegation

Real estate insurance: think about insurance delegation

For the sake of consistency and budgetary savings, the government wants to cut housing subsidies. PTZ is concerned, especially with a focus on tense areas.

If you plan to buy in 2018 and you are no longer eligible for PTZ, you can “play ” on other parameters, not just the interest rate. Real estate loan insurance is one of those levers. And it is far from negligible since it represents the 2nd cost item in a mortgage.

On this point, do not hesitate to carry out a delegation of insurance. This operation consists in insuring his mortgage loan with an insurer other than the one proposed by his bank. Interest? You benefit from personalized rates, adapted to your borrower profile.

Success of the Social Accession Loan (SAP)

Success of the Social Accession Loan (SAP)

To return to the Fontier study, it also points to the impact of the SAP. And this loan is not left behind, with no less than 9.2 billion euros granted last year for 72,994 transactions. The sums granted are larger than for a PTZ, with an average amount of 178,130 euros.

As with the PTZ, operations are concentrated in less dense areas. ” Nearly 6 out of 10 SAP-financed operations are carried out in zones B2 and C, where property prices are the lowest,” says Fontier.