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In the “Switzerland at the weekend” our money columnist François Bloch writes why he relies on O’Reilly paper and Saron mortgages.
Some of the readers no longer understood why I had been betting so vehemently on the SARON mortgage card in the area of home financing for months. But these days I received unexpected support from UBS’s Chief Investment Officer Global Real Estate, Claudio Saputelli. He stated: «The cheapest financing option should be one Money market financing (SARON) remain the cheaper financing option over a term of ten years compared to a ten-year fixed-rate mortgage. We estimate the interest cost benefit to be around 30 percent of the cumulative interest payments on a ten-year fixed-rate mortgage.” UBS is assuming current money market mortgages are between 1.1% and 1.5%. With my top provider, you even get this below 1.05%, which means that a strategy with SARON mortgages is even more lucrative for you.