The Brexit effect on … property loan rates
There was no need to fear that Brexit would create tensions on market rates. Rates have not taken off and property loan interest rates are still historically low. The recent victory of Brexit in the UK has not upset the interest rate market and indirectly French property loan interest rates. The trend remains unshakeably downwards.
* Downward trend
Effectively, France’s money cost market has not been affected by this major political event. The downward trend, which began several months ago, is confirmed and remains current, i.e. continuous decline of rates over the summer. This unprecedented movement is expected to continue in September. Some experts predict stability or a slight drop before the end of 2016.
* Safe haven investments
World stock markets panicked in the wake of the Brexit vote. Investors sought to protect themselves by investing in safe haven investments such as government bonds. The 10-year OAT which is used as a reference for property loan interest rates experienced a record low of 0.12%. This level is contributing to maintaining loan interest rates historically low. According to the broker, Vousfinancer.com, with a very good loan application, you can get 1% over 15 years, 1.2% over 20 years, and 1.5% over 25 years.