Planning your future? We probably all do it!!
Whether it is planning your upcoming weekend, your career path for the next couple of months or planning long term goals such as a home with a white picket fence, or ‘huisje boompje beestje’ ;), a good planning can be quiet important.
Being well informed can take away a lot of the hassle and stress when you are planning your future…
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Take planning your career path for example… A lot of us millennials can have pretty big expectations concerning our careers. However with the crisises a lot of people are struggling to find the right job. Career planning can be pretty difficult when this happens because you actually do not have a lot of control, unfortunately.
Finding your dream home
When planning your future in a more broad sense, for example your next home, you can have way more influence. And a good preparation is all you need to take control over your situation. That is why ING has come up with a new concept: ‘De hypotheek van de toekomst’ / ‘The mortgage of the future’.
Finding the house of your dreams, the one with that white picket fence ;), can be quite the hassle, any idea what can go wrong? ING is specialised in mortgages and would like to help you with this part. I mean, financing your dream home is sort of the most important and risky thing when buying it, am I right? Nowadays you can find a mortgage online, but how do you know if it is the right one for you? You can’t just send it back like a pair of wrong sized shoes ;). At ING you can book a free appointment with a mortgage consultant which will talk you through different scenario’s so you get an idea about all the possibilities.
This way you can be sure you find the right mortgage that fits your wishes, now and in the future! What more would you want? No more surprises, being in control… Sounds perfect and very stress-free to me. Let’s begin planning the future!
Are you already looking for your dream house or do you plan to buy one soon? Join the conversation on twitter or below and let me know how you arranged everything or how you plan to do this 🙂
Disclaimer: This post has been sponsored by ING, but all thoughts are my own.