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Wednesday 10.04.2024

Housing webinar with Rayon

Join this webinar and get a step closer to obtaining a mortgage and buying a property in the Netherlands.

Starting 14.05 Online

What can you expect from Expat Mortgages Webinar?

We open our digital doors at 14.00 and start at 14.05 with a short presentation, covering the basic steps of buying a house. We start by answering if you are eligible for a mortgage and what the bank will look at. We also look at different mortgage options, giving you a couple of simple formulas to calculate the maximum borrowing capacity and monthly costs.

We further talk about the importance of buying agents, independent notaries and tax advisors. After a 30-40 min presentation, we look at all individual questions and answer them live. The workshop ends around 15.15 -15.30 and if you still have any remaining questions you will be given the opportunity to schedule a new meeting.

Speaker
Rayon Aquino
Rayon was born and raised in Amsterdam and is currently living in Utrecht Leidscherijn with his wife and newly born daughter. He has Filipino roots and his parents taught him at a young age to be resilient, respectful, help others and to take pride in family and friends. Due to his origin and growing up in Amsterdam he is used to helping people of different cultures, and understands the impact of starting a new life abroad. Rayon has a Bachelor’s degree in Law from the Erasmus University and many WFT certificates. He has worked for several years for ING as a Wealth Advisor. He likes the craftmanship of a consultant within financial services. He is using it at his best to help others translate difficult laws and regulations into easy and understandable advice. In his free time he still watches the series Friends frequently and considers himself a die-hard fan. He also loves to shoot for the stars and aim for the moon in everything he does. In doing so, he is also a firm believer of the African proverb: “‘If you want to go quickly, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.”
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