logo
logo

Attitudes and actions conflict - a few of mortgage hedges against interest rate rises

avatar
Letha Byrd
May 19, 2016 06:28
img

Finnish mortgage holders' views are reflected in the OP's recent consumer survey.

Similarly, more than half of mortgage loans or those planning to keep protection as a very or fairly important home loan interest rate increase in case.

The most common mortgage holders protect themselves against a possible rise in interest rates by saving - this makes one in four of 24 per cent.

The same number of people 24 per cent believed the existing wealth to bring security.

In particular, long mortgages adopting the euro is to be prepared for rising interest rates, says OP: the person responsible for customers Jussi Huttunen.

Consumers and mortgage holders are aware, however, well, that interest rates are exceptionally low and that the situation will almost certainly change during his long, 20-30 years of the loan period.

collect
0
avatar
Letha Byrd
May 19, 2016 06:28
guide
Zupyak is a free content platform for publishing and discovering stories, software and startups.