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Is it time to fix that mortgage rate?

As the UK mortgage sector, at least on the surface, starts to show signs of life many people believe it is time to take professional advice regarding fixing your mortgage rate. A number of experts have stepped forward to suggest that those who do not consider fixing their mortgage rates by the end of July stand to increase the future cost of fixing their mortgage by £1000. This potentially costly delay is starting to focus the minds of many UK homeowners and investment advisers are starting to see more interest in fixed-rate mortgage agreements.

While it would be wrong to suggest that mortgage liquidity has increased substantially over the last few weeks, there is a feeling that slowly but surely it is becoming more available to the masses. There is a benefit in fixed-rate mortgages for both homeowners and UK mortgage lenders because lenders will be able to forecast future profitability per mortgage arrangement and homeowners will be able to arrange their budgets more efficiently.

Whether or not we are on the verge of a full-blown recovery in the UK property sector remains to be seen, but there does seem to be a renewed vigour amongst mortgage lenders and UK homeowners to put the past behind them and look to the future. Whether this is too late for some homeowners remains to be seen.

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