juniordoc wrote: »
Theyre good but not great. We've just been offered 1.56% on a 3 year fix.
We're going with 3 year as 2 year was closer to brexit deadline which makes things a lot more uncertain. Hoping that there will be less political turmoil in 3 years rather than 2 but who knows!
I wouldn't go for a 5 year deal, I don't see scope for interest rates to rise dramatically over the next few years so I'm not happy to pay a premium just to have it fixed for longer.
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