Rates change all the time. Keep up to date with the latest activity so you can manage your mortgage and pay-it-off faster.
Improving growth outlook will eventually lift fixed rates
The chances remain high that in coming weeks we will start to see banks in New Zealand edging some of their fixed rates slightly h...
Fixed rate rises delayed for now
A couple of weeks ago, discussions centred around increases in bank borrowing costs and rapidly decreasing margins on fixed rate m...
OCR remains unchanged, RBNZ to keep monetary policy steady
There's no reason for strongly believing that we face a future of sustained high inflation which will require an interest rate crunch. But borrowers should pay attention to the upside risks and the extreme uncertainty regarding how far and fast rates rise.
New borrowers will pay more
If borrowers are approaching taking on a new mortgage with a view (conscious or not) that rates tend to fall over time and debt management is made easy, they had best think again.
Higher interest rates for property investors unlikely
Reserve Bank decide it will help first home buyers by slugging investors regardless of their risk profile? No; they are not charged with social engineering. If the Government wants to bias the housing market, it will need to make its own changes.
Shifting interest rate risks
Welcome to 2021 and another year when in all probability house prices will continue to rise at a strong pace, with a key driving factor continuing to be record low interest rates.