Right. Didn't you flog Polish property to British buyers? So leave out the sympathy, lovey dovey crap.
By that logic youre implying that i wanted them to get well and truly shafted. By that logic does it mean that a soldier cannot be anti war? or a person who used to be obese be thin. Because Weg would say something like "hey didn't you used to be 25 stone, so leave out the diet advice"
Why should I care about him? He bought 3 properties. Something I could never afford. He chose that currency thinking he's smart. It's simply time to pay his debt.
So, if you could afford it and went ahead and did it would you expect no sympathy from your fellow man. He is and you would be, just a person playing the Monopoly game of life along with the rules they provided.
They made an investment decision which means they actually have paid far less interest than local currency loans to date.
Mortgage repayments have gone from 2000 PLN / month up to 4000 PLN / month on many properties, this is paid by the owners, what part of that do you not understand?
In the not too distant future the situation could change again.
Obviously the CHF - PLN FX rate was high when they took the loans, it could swing the other way but thats highly unlikely. It has only gone one way, and we know that banks have a habit of keeping investors/share holders happy, artificially inflating currencies is one of the oldest tricks in the book. The CHF will not come down anytime soon.
Investing is not a win win harmless persuit. Someone else pays for your gain, even if you can't see it directly.
and who might that be Weg...who gets harmed? i want to see if you actually know the answer to this.