3 year fixed rates of 3.99% – and lower?

blue-rendered-outline-house-and-yellow-percent-signI’ve been investing in property for a long time and I’ve got to admit – I’ve never seen mortgage interest rates sink this low.

Even after the Global Financial Crisis (GFC), when the Reserve Bank madly lowered the cash rate to reinvigorate the economy, the lowest that interest rates dropped to was around 4.99%.

Today, variable rates are between 4.00-5.00% and fixed rates can be secured for as low at 3.67% for three years!

Here’s a summary of some of the best fixed rate deals in the market right now: 3 Years Fixed Special Offer (LVR <80%)

3.67% for three years / 3.88% comparison rate

UBank UHomeLoan – 3 Year Fixed Rate (Investor)

3.69% for three years / 4.21% comparison rate

State Custodians Standard Variable Offset Loan – LVR 80% (Investor)

4.14% for three years / 4.47% comparison rate

If you’re keen to review your mortgage to take advantage of some of the incredible deals in the marketplace right now, contact Blue Ink Finance for a free finance review.

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