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Historical Mortgage Rate Graph

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Hi Guys,

does anyone know where I can find a historical graph of average UK bank mortgage rates? Similar to the base rate chart below...

IRGraph.jpg

Thanks,

HelterSkelter.

there was a poster on here who publishes this site:

houseprices.uk.net

and you can change the graph to show mortgate rates.

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there was a poster on here who publishes this site:

houseprices.uk.net

and you can change the graph to show mortgate rates.

Cool, thanks for that. So based on that graph we can expect Mortgage rates to return to at least 5.5% (standard variable rate) and could go as high as 8.5%. Does anyone think this is realistic? If it returned to 8.5%, a £270,000 25 year mortgage currently at 4% and a montly repayment of £1,400 would jump to £2,100 per month! Even a return to 7% would work out at £1,930 per month. That is going to hurt a lot of recent buyers real bad.

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