There are many beautiful mountain chalets for sale in Switzerland. However once you start looking into the process of buying a ski chalet, you might find yourself feeling a bit overwhelmed because of the many things that you need to take into account. For example, there are different regulations for every canton and not all chalets are eligible as a secondary residence. We are here to help with all of that, no strings attached! Our mission is to save you a lot of money, time and energy so you can start your worry-free journey to your very own dream chalet!
Right in the center of Nendaz (part of the 4-Valleys ski domain to which also Verbier belongs), lies [more]
Right in the center of Nendaz (part of the 4-Valleys ski domain to which also Verbier belo [more]
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ARTICLES TO HELP YOU BUY A CHALET IN SWITZERLAND
Before investing in chalets, you might want to inform yourself a little bit more. First of all, why are some chalets eligible as secondary residence while other chalets aren’t? Secondly, are you allowed to buy chalets in Switzerland if you are a foreigner? Furthermore, is it possible to finance your chalets with local banks? How does that work? To answer all of these questions and more, we write articles every week to inform you on all the ins and outs of buying chalets in Switzerland. If you still have questions about chalets, you are always welcome to give us a call and we’d be more than happy to explain everything to you!
When buying chalets from abroad, foreign financing is not always a possibility. For this reason you should try to speak with some local Swiss lenders. Especially conditions and rates can vary considerably between countries. Therefore, we can put you in touch with good local lenders to help you further. In the meantime we can give you some rules of thumb in the following article: Is foreign financing possible?
Second home in Switzerland
Find out how Swiss nationals and foreigners can still buy chalets to serve as second home in Switzerland. Two laws are especially explained: Lex Koller (1984) and Lex Weber (2012). What do these laws mean for you? Can you still buy Swiss Chalets?
Purchase Broker Service
Don’t go and catch your dream chalet on your own! We can help you avoid common pitfalls with (foreign) brokers who neither check the state of the chalets properly nor seem to really know their way around the Swiss legal system. This can cause problems later on and loads of stress right away. We think you deserve better! Find your Purchase broker in Switzerland.