Tuesday, Dec 12, 2006

Expected IR rises popularise fixed rate mortgages

politics.co.uk: CML: Fixed-rates bounce back in October

New data released today by the Council of Mortgage Lenders reveals a strong bounce back in the take-up of fixed-rate lending in October - rising to 124,100 loans, from 109,100 in September. Fixed rates accounted for 62% of all house purchase loans in October, compared to 59% in the previous month.

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