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FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS

We offer our clients for the sale of their real estate the collaboration with banks and financial institutions, for which we create alliances, so that through them, credits and leases are granted to facilitate the operation.

We create strategic alliances with leading companies in the market such as:

Leases

 

This type of economic relationship bases its main conditions on a contract or lease document. It indicates the identity of the parties involved, lessor and lessee, the economic amount of the operation and the time in which the lease will be effective. There are also certain conditions agreed for cases such as misuse of the assigned asset, its deterioration and even its destruction.

Usually the economic consideration that goes hand in hand with a lease is usually carried out periodically (monthly or annually is the most common) by paying a rent or rent. However, it is usually common for it to be made through a single payment at the beginning or end of the contract, based on the type of agreement reached by landlords and tenants.

 

Normally the most likely sector to have leases is real estate. As for example the usual market for rental of housing or commercial premises.

The main cause of termination of a lease responds to the expiration of the time agreed in the signed contract, although obviously there are other modalities that can respond to the aforementioned misuses, unilateral decisions by one of the two parties or the death of them.

Commercial exploitation

 

If in the leased space a commercial activity will be developed or if the asset will be used in production work. It may be the case of land, facilities, rented industrial machinery or energy supply.


Non-commercial exploitation: In the event that the lease occurs in the most personal and without a commercial or production purpose. The most obvious case would be the housing market.


There are other types of leasing according to the nature of the least. Among them, it is worth mentioning their importance in economic and business aspects, such as renting, leasing or financial leasing.

Credits

Mortgage credit is a type of credit that is backed by a mortgage guarantee, that is, if the credit debtor could not pay the installments, the creditor could get to keep the mortgaged asset (usually a home).

This credit is aimed at the acquisition of real estate (usually a home). It is important to note that the maximum amount of the credit will be the value of the property: a credit cannot be granted for an amount greater than the property to be acquired. For example, if the home is valued at $5,000,000.00 the credit may not be higher than that amount, but lower. In short, a mortgage loan can only be granted for the acquisition of a real estate, with the maximum value limit.

Characteristics of mortgage loans

 

The mortgage guarantee is the main characteristic of mortgage loans. When formalizing the operation (when buying the property with the credit granted by the financial entity), the property acquired is taxed with a mortgage. In this way, if the credit is not paid, the financial institution or creditor could execute this mortgage guarantee. This execution is that the financial institution could sell the property on which the mortgage falls to meet the outstanding debt. Here we would encounter two situations:

 

If the amount obtained from the sale is greater than the outstanding debt, the remaining part must be paid to the debtor. For example: if the entity manages to sell the property for 5,000,000.00 and the outstanding debt was 3,000,000.00, the remaining 2,000,000.00 must be paid to the debtor.


If the amount obtained from the sale is less than the outstanding debt, the financial entity may be directed against all of the debtor's present and future assets, until the total debt is paid.


It is important to emphasize that the debtor's responsibility is both with the mortgage of his property and with the rest of his present and future assets.

Therefore, we find that in a mortgage loan there are additional guarantees to other loans, such as personal loans (the mortgage guarantee). These additional guarantees make, for example, the applicable interest rate lower than in other loans.

When applying for a mortgage loan

 

Unlike others, the mortgage loan can only be requested under certain conditions: only for the acquisition of a real estate and with a maximum limit of its market value. However, not always when a property is to be acquired, a mortgage loan must be requested.

Personal circumstances must be taken into account: if, for example, money is available, it is necessary to assess whether it is worth paying the interest associated with the credit or not. And the existence of other forms of financing must also be taken into account: mainly mortgage loans.


Main Differences Between a loan and a Credit


In terms of banking, a ‘loan’ and a credit, although similar, have differences. In the credit, the bank provides the client with an account, where the client will access the amount of money he needs, and he usually pays the requested credit periodically, with the expenses and interests added by the entity.

For its part, in a ‘loan’, the bank makes available to the debtor a fixed amount of money, which must be returned, together with interest, at a predetermined time. It is usually a medium or long term operation, which is amortized in regular installments, as the client pays for it. However, in both cases, it is the banking institution that lends money so that within a certain period it is returned along with some interests (principal + interest).