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Mortgage rates have surged in recent months, but still have a lot further to rise over the summer.
Monthly mortgage payments for the average borrower will be £300 higher in July than at the end of 2021.
Prices will be supported by the solid labour market and savings, but the hit from higher rates will dominate.
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