Fixed rates fall further below 5% threshold

by Adam Smith27 Feb 2013

 

Fixed rates have fallen even further below the 5% mark as a non-bank lender has announced new cuts.
 
Aussie Home Loans has cut its one year fixed rate to 4.95%, which the company claimed was "lower than any of its major competitors". The move comes after Aussie recently cut its three year rate to 5.29% and its four and five year rates to 5.59%.
 
Aussie executive chair John Symond reiterated his prediction that rates are now nearing the bottom of their cycle, and urged borrowers to look at fixed rate products.
 
"I do not expect rates to fall much further so borrowers should consider fixing at least part of their mortgages," he said.

COMMENTS

  • by Bee 27/02/2013 6:18:09 PM

    You mean Macquarie Banks 1 year rate now also applies to Aussie branded loans....