There are 2 insurances that the Bank demands whenever financing for house is requested, Life insurance and Multirisk insurance.
Life insurance ensures the payment in case of death or permanent invalidity of the insured person. Multirisk insurance ensures that the property, besides the fire coverage (mandatory by law for all houses in regime of horizontal property,for the autonomous fraction as well as for the corresponding share of common areas), has a wide range of aditional coverages that ensure a bigger safety level to the property and to the insured person (examples: Flooding, plumbing malfunction, theft, civil responsability, amongst others).
TAEG (Annual Percentage Rate) is the total cost of the Loan, paid by the consumer, expressed as an annual percentage of the granted loan's amount. When calculating the TAEG, expenses of collection of refunds and interest payment are included,as well as the remaing charges to bear (taxes, fees and mandatory insurances).
TAEG can be used to compare Loan proposals. For Loan proposals with the same amount, term, and refund modality, the proposal with the lowest TAEG is the cheapest for the Client. It includes interest + fees + expense+ taxes + insurances.
MTIC (total amount charged to the consumer) its the sum of the total amount of the Loan with the associated costs (interest, fees, taxes and other charges).
Take note that for Loans the tax is variable, MTIC is merely indicative as the interes rate of these Loans can vary with time, according to the fluctuation of the indexed used. (EURIBOR).
The FINE (European Standardized Information Sheet) is a document issued by the Bank where all the conditions of the loan are written and that allows you to make comparative analysis and make a conscious and responsible decision before formalizing and signing the contract.
There are 7 steps. First "Smulation", then "Proposal" followed by "Property Evaluation". Then you will have the "Analysis", which should be conscious and responsible. Afterwards there will be the emission of the "Approval letter", the "Gathering of documentation" and, last but not least, the "Deed".