Average mortgage rates show 3-month rise

Mortgage interest rates were down by eight basis points since the beginning of 2012, but showed a 15 basis point increase over three months.

8th February, 2013
Central Bank

Mortgage interest rates fell to an average of 2.99 per cent at end-November 2012, down by eight basis points since the beginning of the year, but reflecting a 15 basis point increase from 2.84 per cent in the previous three months.

The figures were released by the Central Bank.

The corresponding interest rate reported by all credit institutions resident in the euro area fell to 3.59 per cent, representing a two basis point decline since end-October and a decline...

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