Corona virus what it does with your money
The coronavirus crisis is putting families' incomes in check. Many are taking advantage of confinement to make numbers and see how they can reduce their daily expenses to start saving and prepare for an uncertain future.
The economic forecasts for the coming months are at least Dantesque: a historical collapse of GDP, a sharp rise in unemployment, which could return to the levels recorded in the worst moments of the previous crisis, a significant loss of household purchasing power, and a public debt that will break record.
In this scenario, and taking into account that the mortgage payment is the main recurring expense of thousands of families due to the amount and the time during which it lasts, the demand for mortgage subrogations has skyrocketed, allowing the conditions of a loan in order to improve those that are in force and that entails a change of bank (in the case of continuing with it, the process is called mortgage novation).