ING Luxembourg lays out some things to consider when deciding to rent or buy in Luxembourg!
Holiday season is nearly upon us, but it doesn’t take much for an unexpected event to ruin your vacation! Here are some recommendations from our friends at @ING Luxembourg that could just save the day.
Are you (or will you soon be) the happy owner of your own home and do you want to renovate it to improve its energy efficiency? Excellent idea! It’s good for the environment, but it costs. Fortunately, in Luxembourg, energy renovation projects can benefit from a wide range of state financial aid packages. Here are the main ones.
We all know how hard it can be to monitor your income and expenses – not to mention those of your family and/or company! Therefore we asked ING Luxembourg for their top apps to help you manage your budget and save money in the new year!
Everyone always asks the same question before signing a home loan with their bank. Fixed or variable rate loan? ING Luxembourg has put together a list for us of the advantages and disadvantages of both!
In Luxembourg, real estate projects continue to flourish. Off-plan sales are part of this. What are they? How can we make sure we’re prepared? What do we need to be careful of? What are their advantages and constraints?
Have you found the apartment or the house of your dreams? Perfect! But are you sure that you have tallied up all the costs involved in buying a property? Beyond the purchase price fixed by a preliminary sale agreement or a contract between the seller and yourself, a lot of additional costs must be taken into account in your budget. ING Luxembourg lays out some of those costs you need to keep in mind!
Luxembourg is the leading investment fund centre in Europe. Investment funds in the Grand-Duchy cover all key categories, currencies, regions and sectors. They can be an opportunity to make your financial resources grow faster in a time when interest rates on saving accounts are very low. But how do they work? Here is the lowdown from our friends at ING Luxembourg.
Investing is a good way to supplement your savings and attempt to make it grow, provided you’re well prepared for it. ING Luxembourg identifies the five fundamental questions you need to answer beforehand.