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The mortgage market's answer to eBay was launched last week and swamped straight away by consumers searching for a cheap home loan.

But brokers sore at the prospect of losing business are already questioning whether the website, Mortgagebundles. com, can supply the bargains that it promises.

Borrowers are required to enter just nine pieces of information about themselves, including the type of loan they want, their employment status and credit history. These details are used to "bundle" similar customers together for lenders, who then take part in an online auction for their business. The winner is simply the one who offers the most competitive deal, as determined by Mortgagebundles.

http://money.independent.co.uk/personal_fi...ticle341619.ece

https://www.mortgagebundles.com/borrower/index.faces

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I've just had a look and I can see a .25% interest rate rise in the near future.

Jan 24 my fixed rate would have been 4.53%

Jan 26 it would be 4.79%

today it would be 4.79%

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I've just had a look and I can see a .25% interest rate rise in the near future.

Jan 24 my fixed rate would have been 4.53%

Jan 26 it would be 4.79%

today it would be 4.79%

Hmmmm....do they have inside information? :ph34r:

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