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Foreign (EU) Property as Collateral

Good Morning. Does anybody know if Swiss banks can accept a property in Italy as a collateral for a mortage here in Switzerland?



My case his : I have a house in Italy. I want to use it as a collateral to get a mortgage to buy a house / apartment here in Switzerland. Do you know of any bank that would accept this?



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