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What should you do when interest rates go up?

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3. Don’t let your deal expire. When you come to the end of a special rate period, you will revert to normal variable rate. In a climate of rising interest rates, this can be seriously high and lead to big repayments. Be aware of any early repayment penalties or penalties for remortgaging to another lender, and arrange a remortgage in advance.

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