Updated on 26 November 2020
ING-DiBa AG is a direct bank of ING Group (Netherlands) offering retail banking products and services. Being a direct bank, ING-DiBa AG doesn't have an expensive branch network, the resulting cost savings are passed on to the bank's customers which allows to offer fair conditions in all product areas. The savings and loan products of ING-DiBa AG are not complicated and can be opened and administered independently via the Internet, telephone or by postal letters.
Core business of Frankfurter Sparkasse is providing high-quality retail banking products and services to local residents: private customers, small- and medium-sized enterprises and public-sector institutions.
Traditionally for savings banks Frankfurter Sparkasse is essentially focused on broad participation in developing citizens' prosperity and on increasing local economic strength rather than on maximising profits. This business focus help Frankfurter Sparkasse to avoid excessive risks which is reflected in high credit ratings of Frankfurter Sparkasse.
Frankfurter Sparkasse, one of the largest savings banks in Germany, is a modern, universal bank, providing all types of financial services for both private and corporate customers. Frankfurter Sparkasse offers direct banking via its subsidiary 1822direkt. Frankfurter Sparkasse belongs to Landesbank Hessen-Thüringen (Helaba).
UniCredit Group is one of the largest European banking groups focused on providing financial products and services in Western and Central and Eastern Europe. UniCredit Group has four main business lines: commercial banking (including retail, direct, private and business banking), corporate and investment banking, asset management and asset gathering. UniCredit Bank AG started its operations in Germany in 1869 under the name "Bayerische Vereinsbank AG". Since 2005, the bank has been part of UniCredit Group and now operates as HypoVereinsbank AG. HypoVereinsbank AG offers its products and services in the areas of retail, private, corporate and investment banking.
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Mortgage loans are secured loans used for real estate financing purposes (for example, purchase of a new or existing property, construction of an own property, property renovation) without paying the entire value up front. A mortgage loan is secured (or backed) by the collateral of specified real estate property.
The table above shows essential details of selected mortgage products offered to retail customers by the banks in Germany: currency, borrowing rate per annum, lending amount and mortgage term. The mortgage loans terms vary from 5 to 25 years. The borrowing rates are within the range 0.40 - 1.48 %.