The Euribor, the mortgage rates that are referenced to the vast majority of mortgages has begun a sharp escalation in the last week because of hints from the European Central Bank (ECB) for upcoming increases in interest rates. At the moment, about 2% daily rate which will mean steep increases for mortgage loans. This situation means that people are raised to where you can upload the Euribor and if it’s time to hire some mortgage insurance, although they are sometimes highly controversial products.
In order to clear the doubts generated and help existing mortgage holders to go through financial problems, INVERTIA will start after 17 hours of Wednesday (until FRIDAY, 11) a DOCTOR ON MORTGAGES. Responsible for responding to user questions will be Francisco Lopez, a lawyer, a graduate in banking and master in legal advice. Also, Lee is an expert in banking and consumer affairs director for litigation counsel in banking and consumer rights. And also is an expert and editor of the web of banking products Bankimia.
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