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Financial Services > Mortgages > Interest Rates > What should you do when interest rates go down?

What should you do when interest rates go down?

1. Make sure you are not paying over the odds. For instance, a fixed-rate loan in a climate of falling interest rates can swiftly become uncompetitive. Speak to a mortgagecase.com mortgage advisor for free, with no obligation.

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2. Free up capital in your house using a remortgage or secured loan. If you think that you can manage repayments more easily, a remortgage or secured loan could allow you to invest back into property.

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