Fix or Float 19 Jan 2015

Heres this weeks Fix or Float commentary from Westpac;


Among the current standard fixed rates, the best value for borrowers with a deposit of 20% or more probably lies in the two year
and three-year terms. However, there is a possibility that fixed mortgage rates will fall even further over the weeks ahead.
Waiting a while before fixing might offer even better value.
Four- and five-year rates seem high relative to where we think shorter-term rates are going to go over the coming four or five
years, though they do offer stability.
Floating mortgage rates usually work out to be more expensive for borrowers than short-term fixed rates, such as the six-month
rate. However, floating may still be the preferred option for those who require flexibility in their repayments.


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Karen Lewis January 19, 2015 Blog, Fix or Float?