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Hi everyone.

I have been looking at futuresource and short sterling (see below), and was wondering what impact these have on available mortgages? Are they a direct reflection on long term mortgage rates?

If this is the case, the super deals from the likes of the Portman still 4.25% for a 2 year fixed (ok, it does have a £500 and early redemption fees) seems unbelievable. How do they make money if the markets are expecting higher returns?

Jason.

Source: http://www.futuresource.com/quotes/quotes.jsp?s=LSS

Nov '05 - 4.62%

Dec '05 - 4.62%

Jan '06 - 4.63%

Mar '06 - 4.64%

Jun '06 - 4.67%

Sep '06 - 4.73%

Dec '06 - 4.79%

Mar '07 - 4.83%

Jun '07 - 4.85%

Sep '07 - 4.86%

Dec '07 - 4.86%

Mar '08 - 4.86%

Jun '08 - 4.86%

Sep '08 - 4.86%

Dec '08 - 4.86%

Mar '09 - 4.87%

Jun '09 - 4.88%

Sep '09 - 4.89%

Dec '09 - 4.9%

Mar '10 - 4.9%

Jun '10 - 4.9%

Sep '10 - 4.9%

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