Linear mortgage

Decreasing monthly payments

The linear mortgage is a simple type of mortgage. You repay a fixed amount each month and the mortgage is repaid in full at the end of the term. Calculate now how much you can borrow on a mortgage or read on to find out more about the linear mortgage.

Linear mortgage

Linear mortgages explained

With an ABN AMRO linear mortgage, you repay the same amount each month. This means that your debt decreases more quickly and you pay less interest over the entire term. If you want to have money left over in the future, the decreasing monthly payment can be attractive. This type of mortgage also usually entitles you to the mortgage interest tax deduction.

Linear mortgage features

Decreasing monthly payment

Every month, you pay off part of your loan. Your debt will therefore decrease, so that you have money left over in the future for things like putting your children through university or your pension.

Mortgage interest tax deduction possible

If you use the mortgage to purchase, renovate and/or improve your home, the mortgage interest is tax-deductible for up to 30 years.

Peace of mind about full repayment

By the end of the term, the entire mortgage will have been paid off. That gives you peace of mind as you won’t have any debt left at the end of the mortgage term.

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Best mortgage terms and conditions in 2019

Mortgage offer valid for a long period, no minimum mortgage amount and mortgage shortfall loans possible: these are just three of the many mortgage terms and conditions that helped our annuity and linear mortgages secure a 5-star rating from MoneyView in October 2019.

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Frequently Asked Questions

With an ABN AMRO linear mortgage, you repay the same amount each month. This means that your debt decreases more quickly and you pay less interest over the entire term. If you want to have money left over in the future, the decreasing monthly payment can be attractive. This type of mortgage also usually entitles you to the mortgage interest tax deduction.
For both types of mortgage, your monthly payments consist of interest and repayments. A linear mortgage has a larger monthly payment in the first few years, which gradually decreases over the fixed-rate period. With an annuity mortgage, you pay a fixed amount each month. Find out which type of mortgage is right for you.
You can make additional repayments on an linear mortgage, thereby decreasing your monthly payment or the mortgage term. Do be aware that penalty interest may be charged if you make an additional repayment; this depends on your mortgage terms and conditions.

With the linear mortgage, you have a choice between a fixed and a variable interest rate. Check the current mortgage interest rates

If the price of your home is below €310,000, you can apply for the National Mortgage Guarantee.
The terms and conditions for your mortgage are very important. Always make sure you read the terms and conditions before you sign a mortgage offer.

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