Of course we will live there for 1-2 years first
You'll need to have lived in Poland for at least 3 years before a bank will even think about giving you a loan.
Also at least a 3 year clean credit history.
But if you own property in Iceland, then you should be OK, since that could be used as collateral.
In Poland all is so calm and cool
Are you sure it was Poland? :)
Polish people are the most stressed out in the world man, they get angry if the air pressure changes ;)
Although in the countryside people are a bit relaxed....a bit too relaxed in fairness, i.e very unprofessional in their approach to work. However, it's a beautiful part of the country you're moving too...beware of living with the dreaded mother-in-law though. I wouldn't chance that for all the tea in China :P
I will get 6500 pln in my pocket every month
Very good money for where you'll be living, that's a decent enough salary to even live in a city, especially if your missus will be working too.
Best of luck with the move, I've heard living in Iceland is quite difficult at the moment, although you've got some really great bands and other artists coming from there, so you might miss the music scene (if you're into it that is), the music scene here is pretty mediocre at best.
But yea, on that wage for a few years and with your missus working too I presume, and your apartment back in Iceland, I really don't see why you won't be able to get a mortgage in a few years.