Finally, mortgage rate moves

Tuesday, August 1st 2017, 8:29AM

It's been a long time between drinks, but we have finally seen some rate changes. Kiwibank and SBS have hiked their floating rates. Kiwibank's change brings it into line the othe big banks, while SBS is slightly more expensive.

Meanwhile, TSB has increased its two-year special increase to 4.79%, reduced its three-year Special to 4.99%.

The changes make it pretty competitive in the three-year term. See how they rank here where the rates table is sorted lowest to highest on this term.

It has also hiked its 10-year carded rate from 5.99% to 6.20%.

Tags: Mortgage Rates

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