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Mortgage rates in the EZ tend to trend in line with the main ECB policy rates, so they will rise this year.
Around a fifth of mortgages incur a variable rate and so are sensitive to changes in ECB policy rates.
Households can withstand higher borrowing costs, but growth in house prices will slow significantly.
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