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The two-year fixed 75% LTV mortgage rate leapt by 35bp to 2.11% in March; it is set to rise to 2.7% by Q4.
The current tight spread between mortgage rates and risk-free rates is unsustainable; deposit rates will rise too.
Most refinancers will cope, but the rise in new rates will be severe enough to slow house price growth.
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