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Current Mortgage Interest Rates for the Week of January 4, 2016

Mortgage interest rates change daily. Keep up with current rates to make the best decision on your home mortgage. CURRENT MORTGAGE INTEREST RATES 30-Year Fixed* 15-year Fixed* 5/1 ARM* 12/31/15 4. 01%↑ 3. 24%↑ 3. 08%↑ 12/24/15 3. 96% 3. 22% 3. 06% 12/17/15 3. 97% 3. 22% 3. 03% 12/10/15 3. 95% 3. 19% 3. 03% 12/3/15 3. 93% 3. 16% 2. 99% 11/25/15 3. 95% 3. 18% 3. 01% *Average rates from a lender survey of 100+ lenders as reported by Freddie Mac PMMS.

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Mortgage interest rate options - Mortgage Articles

Your mortgage interest rate optionsBank of Ireland offers a wide range of fixed and variable rate products Bank of Ireland offers a wide range of fixed and variable rate products for both new and existing customers. You can even choose both - a twin interest rate - where you put a percentage of your mortgage on a fixed rate and the rest on a variable rate. Our fixed rate mortgages start from 3. 1% (4. 0% APRC) for a 3-year fixed rate for mortgages up to 80% loan to value (correct as at 4th October 2016). Click here for our great mortgage rates.

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Standard Bank Mortgage Loans | Apply online! « Standard Bank

Buying a new home should be a pleasant experience. Our experienced mortgage specialists would like to work with you every step of the way and make the loan process easy and stress-free.   They help you understand your options to make an educated, confident decision. Still not sure where to begin?  Try our Home BuyAbility Test. It will help you find out how much home is right for you, so you can feel more comfortable when you apply for your mortgage loan with us.   Once you know approximately how much home is in your price range, use the guide below or our convenient mortgage calculators to estimate your monthly payments based on the principal and interest.

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When will mortgage interest rates go up in the UK?

the money markets do not think this will happen for some time. The Bank of England is hinting a rise to 0. 75% in late 2016. If you know better you could make £££ betting against them ;)Some economists say that means an earlier interest rate rise is on the cards than the late 2016 date that Bank's forward guidance suggests. But the money market curve that indicates when rates are expected to rise has shifted back slightly over the past week, tipping a 0. 75 per base rate in just before three years' time. The Bank of England has laid out a plan to keep rates at 0.

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