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Not everyone can buy a house. There are stricter rules needed for home
Money Febelfin, the sector federation of the banks, wants the National Bank to take measures to the number of risky home ties. That said ceo Karel Van Eetvelt in The Morning on Radio 1. According to him, once the signal is given that not everyone has a house you can buy.

The National Bank of Belgium (NBB) warns in its annual report for the risks around the home. Due to fierce competition in the market, know the banks still have access to loans, where they are very small margins to handle.

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The National Bank had last year to more caution is urged. In may, it was therefore decided that the Belgian banking sector an additional capital buffer of 1.5 billion euros, should take. That measure was designed to ensure that banks with a riskier portfolio of mortgage loans are proportionately higher capital requirements were imposed.

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