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Commonwealth Bank (CBA) increases its long-term fixed-interest rates

31 May, 2021 - 0 Comments

The cost of long term money for banks is rising. This suggests that longer fixed-term loans to consumers are already increasing. However, a small group of lenders has continued to offer the low rates from last year.

An increase in the long-term fixed interest rates means property buyers in Marsden Park will face rising mortgage costs. The Commonwealth Bank (CBA) is the latest lender to hike its long-term fixed-interest rates.

The 0.05% to 0.1% interest rate increases apply to both the bank’s owner-occupied principal and the three and four year fixed interest rates. This also applies to the interest-only three and five year fixed rate mortgages.

These new rates apply to borrowers with at least a 5% deposit.

Further hikes in home loan interest rates are expected later this year.

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Commonwealth Bank (CBA) increases its long-term fixed-interest rates

The cost of long term money for banks is rising. This suggests that longer fixed-term loans to consumers are already increasing. However, a small group of lenders has continued to offer the low rates from last year.