Good Finance will stop providing mortgages to new customers for the time being. Everything remains the same for existing customers, says the lender.

No new mortgages

No new mortgages

Good Finance no longer offers mortgages to new customers on 1 November. According to the lender, the investment objectives have been achieved. They say it is a provisional customer stop. The mortgages continue to run under the same conditions and also moving, increasing and renewing existing mortgages remains possible, according to the letter that customers have received.

Existing customers

Existing customers

According to Good Finance, nothing changes for existing customers. The mortgages continue to run under the same conditions and also moving, increasing and renewing existing mortgages remains possible, according to the letter that customers have received. Good Finance has drawn up a list of ‘frequently asked customer questions (pdf)’ for mortgage advisors. This is also useful for existing customers.

Good Finance active for 2 years

Good Finance active for 2 years

Good Finance has been active on the Dutch mortgage market for over two years. It was one of the new money providers that were funded by a pension fund. Good Finance offered a sharp 20-year fixed-rate and 30-year fixed-rate mortgage on the long-term fixed-rate periods. The mortgages continue to run under the same conditions and also moving, increasing and renewing existing mortgages remains possible, according to the letter that customers have received

Less competitive

Less competitive

The mortgage interest rate of Good Finance has become increasingly less competitive in recent months. Therein lies also the danger of these new investors who are now investing in the mortgage market. When other investments yield more or the investment objective has fallen, these lenders can leave the market.

Existing customers who want to adjust their mortgage in the meantime may have to deal with mortgage interest rates and conditions that are no longer in line with the market.

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