Consumer bankruptcy in Norway - what is it? From a legal point of view, consumer bankruptcy in Norway is when you are no longer able to pay your debts on an ongoing basis. It is important to note that there is no distinction on the fjords as to whether you are an [...]
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According to Norges Bank, prices are expected to rise by 2-4 percent in the coming years. This is a good signal for those who want to enter the related market. By all indications, price falls should not be expected any time soon. The barrier to taking this step is uncertainty as to [...]
Also for those who have liquidity problems Do you have many different credit cards, consumer or other credit cards you take out and own a home? In such cases, it is worth considering refinancing, which is a good way to improve your liquidity. This also applies to persons who [...]
How much do I need to earn to get a home loan in Norway? Statistics provided by the housing group OBOS (housing association) shed some light on this issue. It is clear from them that for a 3-room apartment of 70 sqm you have to pay an average of NOK 4.2 million, [...]
What loans can you apply for in Norway? Find out more about this topic. Loans in Norway - what types are available? Loans in Norway are of several main types: refinancing, consumer credit, car loans, credit cards and mortgage loans. In the case of credit cards, it is [...]
When moving to Norway, you should bear in mind that renting a flat is slightly more expensive than a home loan. If you want to stay in the Fjords for a longer period, consider buying your own property. When deciding to buy your first home in Norway, there are a few key points [...]
Life in Norway is not only associated with high wages. When living on fjords, one has to reckon with the fact that sooner or later the time for tax settlement will come. Settlement period with the Norwegian Tax Office (Norwegian Skatteetaten) takes place in April and, in justified cases, also in May. [...]
Life in Norway can surprise anyone who move to this country. It has a slightly different morality and culture, which translates into a different everyday life than in Poland or any other country. Discover 5 surprising facts to be aware of before you leave. The weather in Norway [...]
Moving to Norway is a very important decision. Especially if you are going to go over the fjords for longer. It is worth knowing how to properly prepare for the trip, so that the new reality does not surprise you. You can do a lot of things while you're still in Poland, [...]
In early 2019, Norwegian Finance Minister Siv Jensen significantly tightened the requirements for those banks that offer consumer credit. The amendments mainly concern the rules for examining applications. A new m.in. debt register (Norwegian: Gjeldregister), which provides much more information about debts than those presented so far in skattemelding. [...]