NBP: loans and mortgages up in June

The value of consumer credits grew by 0.7 percent or PLN 1.3 billion in June month-on-month and reached PLN 182.6 billion, Poland’s Central Bank (NBP) announced.

Locked content UOKiK wants banks to offer fixed-rate mortgages

The antitrust watchdog UOKiK said that it expects banks to introduce fixed-rate mortgage loans, which according to the office “offer better protection for the consumer during the long-term loan agreement and ensuring the stability of the financial sector in Poland.” “We are concerned about two thing...

NBP: loans and mortgages up in March

The value of consumer credits edged up by 0.8 percent or PLN 1.34 billion in March month-on-month and reached PLN 177.5 billion, Poland’s Central Bank (NBP) announced.

Demand for housing loans on the rise in February – BIK

According to data gathered by the credit information bureau BIK, the demand for housing loans in the Polish banking sector increased by 13.4 percent y/y in February. The average value of loan application amounted to PLN 243.29k, up by 8.4 percent y/y. The data excludes loan applications exceeding PL...

ZBP: last year was the best for mortgages in 6 years

Polish banks granted some 190.6k new housing loans in 2017 worth PLN 44.57 billion, according to data released by market lobby ZBP. This was the best result in 6 years. In Q4 alone, the banks granted 44.7k mortgages worth PLN 10.93 billion, which was a 0.2 percent q/q drop.

NBP: loans and mortgages up in January

The value of consumer credits edged up by 0.7 percent or PLN 1.18 billion in January month-on-month and reached PLN 175.3 billion, Poland’s Central Bank (NBP) announced.

Locked content Housing loans drop in Q3 – ZBP

Polish banks granted 45,824 new housing loans in Q3, according to data released by market lobby ZBP. That figure is 8 percent lower q/q. In terms of value, mortgages reached PLN 10.95 billion, which is 6.3 percent less q/q. In y/y terms, origination grew by 7.5 percent, while the value increased by ...