Costs buyer: What does it mean?

Buyer’s costs mean that in addition to the agreed purchase price, additional costs are also added. These costs are borne by the buyer. We have listed all these costs for you, so that you are never faced with surprises. The costs are divided into fixed costs and optional costs.

Fixed costs buyer with financing condition
If you as a buyer have a financing condition, you will have to deal with the following costs. Mentioned cost items and transfer tax are all indicative.

Transfer Tax — 2%
Delivery deed — €500
Mortgage deed — €550
Fees and Cadastral duty — €300
Valuation report — €500

Fixed costs buyer without financing reservation
If you, as a buyer, place an offer without a financing condition, you will be faced with the following costs. Mentioned cost items and transfer tax are all indicative.

Transfer Tax — 2%
Delivery deed — €650
Fees and Cadastral duty — €130

Optional Buyer Cost
Besides the fixed buyer costs, there are a number of costs that you may encounter, but are not mandatory.

Architectural report — €400
Mortgage advisor — v.a. €2000
Bank guarantee — 1% of the deposit

Financing costs buyer
As a buyer, you can have a maximum of 100% of the purchase price financed. In practice, this means that a large part of the buyer’s costs must be paid out of equity. Do you have a question about the buyer costs, or can we help you with something else?

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