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Hypothekenzinsen on the upswing
The mortgage interest rates for new borrower continue to increase. Last weekend alone, at least 10 creditors, some of them the UK's largest, predicted interest hikes for those entering into new business. Movements indicate that it is likely that it will be more costly and harder to obtain a mortgage, despite the interest rates fixed by the Bank of England, which has been at a all-time low of 0.5% for almost three years.
Creditors are arguing that rising mortgage rates are due to the increase in the costs of borrowing money from both normal depositors and wholesalers to then grant loans to property buyers. Those who made changes to parts of their mortgage portfolios this past weekend included Abtei, HSBC, Halifax, Lloyds TSB, Santander, Britannia and Cheltenham & Gloucester.
Before all this, creditors had begun to curb their more risky mortgages, with many now requiring at least 50% deposits from those interested in this kind of credit, and at the beginning of April, Finance Information Services noted that in the last two month there had been a sharp decline in the overall number of mortgage loans available to consumers.
Its new business in term, track or discount mortgage lending has traditionally been revalued at interest rates that are now between 0.1% and 0.4% higher than before. Occasionally, the shops were just pulled out, so that they offered already available but more costly shops. Over the past six week, several creditors have also heralded an increase in the costs of their floating interest rates default mortgage for current borrower-owners.