Different regional policies, it is best to ask local banking institutions. If you can, the policy is relatively strict.
Loans are ok, but the first set of homes is 30% down payment, 70% can be loaned; the second set must be 40% down payment. Currently, the tax rate is regulated: the original home rate can be lowered by 30%. Now, it has been raised by 10%, which is 20% off.
In theory, it is possible to continue the second set of loans, and you need to pay attention to the following aspects:
First, press two setsMortgage
Payment policy, 60% down payment,Lending rates
Second, banks in various localities have tightened their funds, and bank regulations are different. Some banks may not allow you to make loans.
Third, there is also a premise that the repayment of the first house is timely and without default, that is, if your credit history is intact, the second set of loans can be made.