marathonic wrote: »
Clutching straws here. Why should it have been available for downloading? What happened before the days of the internet and since when did this change? Should a contract between a landlord and tenant be available for download and, if not, why are the rules different here?
MSE_Helen wrote: »
"13,500 customers with a Bank of Ireland base rate tracker mortgage should brace themselves as rates are set to soar..."
Read the full story:Bank of Ireland hikes mortgage costs, breaking base rate tracker
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smiffy wrote: »
That's a great article, but my rate on my residential product is jumping from 0.89% to 3.99% + Base Rate
That's taking the interest payment from £243 to £780!
I'd rather you quoted my figures! I can fund a £100 per month increase I need to find over £500!
Graham_Devon wrote: »
I don't mean to sound harsh here, but what would you have done with base rates at 3%+ which woiuld have put you in the same position?
I find it bizzare that people are saying this will ruin them, when even at 4.99% it's still lower than the average interest rate over the last few decades?
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