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What impact will it have on your mortgage, savings and the property market? How will it affect me? The direct impact on most people is minimal.
How will interest rate rise affect mortgages, savings and property?
Most people with large mortgages are on fixed rates, so the increase has zero impact. I have a variable rate mortgage.
How much more will it cost? If you are on a tracker mortgage that matches any rise in the base rate, then an extra 0. Tracker mortgages Will I finally get an uplift on my savings account? Banks tend to push through rate rises on mortgages immediately but are much slower to raise savings rates.
- Bank of England raises interest rates to 0.75%
The most that savers are likely to see is increases to 0. Is this just the start of many more rate rises? Possibly but the tone from the Bank of England governor suggests the next rate rise might not be until at the earliest.
At least, that's what they tell pollsters. We know that some of them are having trouble getting decent jobs, getting on the career ladder.
There is evidence that heavy student loan burdens are associated with people having trouble getting a mortgage and taking a house. But there's also something going on on the supply side. Home building has not recovered from the Great Recession. And to the extent that builders are building, they tend to prefer building high-end houses because they make more money there, not the starter homes that increase the supply of houses that are affordable.
So what about people's ability to just get a loan? The crash was blamed, in part, on lending terms that were way too lax, right?
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But then I thought lending practices tightened up after the crash. And that's part of what's going on here. I think some people worry because you see a chart of housing prices going up, and you say, oh, there's another bubble blowing here. And that's not the case.
Lenders are, as you say, still pickier than they used to be. You have to have a better credit score to get a mortgage today than you did, say, 15 years ago. People - there is more mortgages debt out there, and many people are taking on bigger mortgages relative to their income than they used to because houses are more expensive. But it's not yet at the kind of worrisome levels.
And then the other thing that's interesting is that Americans as a group have a lot more equity in their home than they did five years ago, but people aren't using their houses as ATMs with home equity loans and stuff as they did in the bad old days.
And then there's simply a supply-and-demand thing going on here. Housing - building is not keeping up with growth of population in many hot markets.
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So that's not a bubble. That's, like, the fundamentals of supply and demand.
And we are hearing about these places where housing is notoriously so expensive now, right? Like, in Seattle, they just passed this tax.
The city council passed this tax on companies to try to get more money to provide affordable housing. Do you see that kind of thing happening in other places? I do think that there's a building political pressure here. In California, for instance, there's a ballot initiative that would make it easier for cities and towns to have rent control.