Hungary may not be Greece, but that’s both a blessing and a curse. While it doesn’t have some of Greece’s problems, for example it has a lower debt-to-GDP ratio, it has some problems which Greece doesn’t have. Mortgage loans are an example of this. It turns out that Hungarians have had a propensity for taking out mortgage loans denominated in Swiss francs.
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With home prices reaching unprecedented heights and interest rates soaring, the discerning nature of today’s buyers requires all agents to employ every possible advantage. Simply put, cutting corners on staging is a risky move that risks prolonged market presence.