Spanish Mortgage Calculators
Below you will find a selection of Spanish mortgage calculators to help you work out your payments, eligibility and what property purchase price you should be looking at.
1. Payment calculator
Use the sliders to enter the financial details that match the property you are purchasing.
2. Income vs debt calculator
In order to understand how much you can borrow, you need to know what your mortgage score is. Anything over 40% will not qualify.
Credit cards, any loans & mortgages. Also, you need to include your future Spanish mortgage payments for the mortgage on the Spanish property (use the Spanish mortgage calculator to get this figure)
What is my score
Go one step further and find out what your score is and how likely you are to qualify for a mortgage in Spain
3. What is your purchase price?
Simply use the slider to enter how much you have saved towards your purchase and based on a maximum 70% mortgage plus 10% purchase costs the calculator will tell you what your maximum purchase price should be.
How to use the calculators to qualify for a mortgage in Spain
Use the above Spanish mortgage calculators to work out how much you can borrow to purchase your new home in Spain.
Use the calculator to work out what your monthly payments would be.
Enter the value of the property you would like to buy
Enter the % amount you will be paying yourself. If you are a resident of Spain the minimum amount is 20%, if not then it is 30%
Enter the term of the mortgage, the shorter the term the higher the repayments will be.
To work out how much you can borrow you need to know what your income to debt score is or mortgage score
Credit cards, car loans, home improvement loans & mortgages
What does my score mean?
Banks in Spain will not lend if your income to debt ratio is above 40%, so if your score is above 40 then you will have to increase your income, or pay of some of your debts to get approved
Do not forget
You also need to include your future mortgage payments in your debt to income ratio, use the Spanish mortgage calculator to understand what those payments might be
Learn more about Spanish mortgages
We have put together some guides below to help answer some of your questions relating to mortgages and purchasing in Spain
A buying guide for purchasing a property in Spain
Types of mortgages on offer, documents you need and some important questions
How to guide
Everything you need to know about applying for a mortgage in Spain
General Mortgage Questions
Documentation, what you can borrow etc
How much can I borrow?
The amount you can borrow depends on your debt to income ratio. Most Spanish lenders will not lend money if your combined outgoings (mortgages & loans) add up to more than 40% of your total income.
We have an in-house risk assessment team, that can help you understand what you can borrow. Get in touch here
Is there a fee to find out what I can borrow?
No, we do not charge to check what you can borrow, or even to get an official offer from one of our lenders. We only charge if you decide to accept an offer from the bank to purchase a property.
Does age effect the loan period?
You can be no older than 75 / 80 years of age when the mortgage completes. If you are 60 years old then the maximum term is 15-20 Years. If you are unsure, get in touch.
What is the maximum LTV (Loan to value)?
Up to 70% for
Up to 80% for Spanish residents
The value of the loan will be based on the property valuation or the property price, whichever is lower.
Can I release equity from my Spanish property?
Releasing equity or remortgaging an existing property in Spain is incredibly difficult since the financial crisis in 2009. It is not impossible, but every situation is different. Please get in touch to find out what your specific situation is
What documents do the banks require?
- Copies of your Passport / NIE (for all parties that will be on the mortgage)
- Your most recent tax declaration or P60
- Your last three payslips
- Details of other properties you own including any potential rental income
- A bank statement of the last 6 month
- An Experian credit report
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