The Third Pillar for property owners

What type of policy is used to cover the mortgage in case of death?

There are many solutions to cover the death and, depending on the type of mortgage and amortization, we can choose a policy with constant capital, or with decreasing capital. For example, if you regularly make amortization, the most sensible thing would be to have a policy where the death capital decrease at the same rate as decrease your debt. During a personal consulting you will find answers to this and other topics.

Can the 3rd pillar 3a be pawned?

Of course yes, almost all life insurance policies, like the third pillar, can be pawned and also serve as a credit instrument. In particular, the third pillar is used for indirect amortization.

In case of disability, will I still be able to pay the mortgage?

An invalidity due to illness can have negative effects on family finances because, generally, with the coverage provided by law we are not sufficiently insured. The third pillar allows to fill this gap, giving us the peace of mind to overcome moments of difficulty. Through our social security analysis, you will be able to decide whether or not to include, in your third pillar, the coverage in case of disability.

Have you thought about covering the mortgage in case of death?

If the bank has not already thought about it when granting the mortgage, you should think about it. In fact, one of the recurring problems in case of death is the fact that the family finds itself with an important debt, no longer having an income. Thinking about it in time is important!

Can I use the third pillar to pay my home restoring?

The answer is yes. The 3rd pillar can be used to pay for the renovation of the primary house. Be careful though, because you can only use capital for certain types of jobs.

Have you already heard about indirect amortization?

Indirect depreciation through the third pillar offers us a double advantage. First: it allows us to accumulate the capital that will be used to pay off the mortgage when you retire, deducting the amount paid every year from taxes. Second: by keeping the debt unchanged until retirement (or mortgage expiration), you will have a greater interest charge, which you can deduct for tax purposes. Overall, this system is generally more advantageous than direct depreciation. For further information, do not hesitate to contact us by clicking here