Coventry for Intermediates launched a range of three-year fixed-rate mortgages in response to the need for “medium-term certainty” in the face of rising interest rates.
Coventry Building Society’s broker-only arm says the range will match corresponding rates in its two-year product range and comes after “broker feedback suggests growing client demand for medium-term certainty”.
He says highlights among new loans include a 75% LTV three yearsear to fix, at 28 February 2026, at 3.77%, with a Product fee of £999.
And an LTV of 65% five-year to fix rate, at 29 February 2029, at 3.72%, with a Product fee of £999.
Last week, medium youthree years to fixare statement of 5basis points at 4.83%, according to Moneyfacts.
The two-year average fixes hit their highest level last week, up 30 basis points to 4.53%, according to the data firm. A 10-year fix wasn’t too far behind, pushing up by 27 basis points to 4.62%, while the average rate for a five-year fixed rate increased by 18 basis points to 4.54%.
These rate hikes come after the bank of england survey the base base rate by 50 basis points to 1.75% last month, its biggest rise since 1995, which took the base rate to a new 40-year high. This is the sixth rate hike since last December.
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