Using the French mortgage monthly repayment calculator

Buying a property in France requires careful financial planning and a clear breakdown of the costs involved. To help you plan your purchase, we have developed a mortgage and fees calculator that makes budgeting easy. Whether you are about to start the ball rolling on a French property purchase or you’re just considering the possibility, use this simple repayment calculator to plan your finances as accurately as possible.

Please use the mortgage calculators to find out:

  • Your monthly repayments
  • How much can you borrow?
  • Your notary's fees

Choose your calculator

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on 24/03/17

Maximum mortgage amount is subject to a full assessment of your ability to afford the loan, both carried out on the basis of the information provided by yourself in your application and our lending criteria. The above calculator is made available for information purposes only and the results of the calculations made should be regarded as a general guide and may not be deemed or construed as a contractual offer of products or services from BNP Paribas International Buyers. Results obtained by using this calculator are calculated on the basis of the information chosen and provided by yourself. Life insurance, including total and irreversible loss of independence and Temporary Total Inability to work is mandatory. BNP Paribas International Buyers also requires that the property be insured throughout the duration of the loan. All BNP Paribas International Buyers mortgages are subject to conditions that may be changed by BNP Paribas International Buyers mortgages at any time without prior notice.

Mortgages are subject to acceptation by BNP Paribas Personal Finance. For all mortgages the borrower has a 10 day reflection period. If the sale is subject to mortgage acceptance any sums already paid must be reimbursed by the seller if the mortgage is declined. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on a mortgage or any other debt secured on it. Changes in the exchange rate may increase the Sterling equivalent of your debt.