Interest rate increase for the first time in a decade


#1

Quick, someone tell us what we should be doing


#2

i’m not really interested lol


#3

Nobody anywhere knows what any of this means


#4

So I should do nothing, is that it?


#5

I was going to start a thread then realised I had NOTHING of value to say about this.


#6

I think I’m going to do nothing.


#7

That’s certainly what I’ll be doing


#8

This must be the most boring thing I’ve ever been pleased about, but advised my parents to go with the fixed rate mortgage a few months ago

Am I a Tory?


#9

:no_mouth:


#10

Quick! Buy a house!!! Or sell one. I’m not sure.


#11

If anything, MY level of interest has dropped


#12

YQAxON


#13

If you look at how the rate changed before 2008, .25 is a really cautious and ol carney has signalled that its not going to go up much more for a while.

Enjoy paying £40 more per month on your mortgages, house wankers


#14

Do the Bank of England physically do anything to change the rate? Pull a lever or something?


#15

What is the point of this article?


#16

They turn the heating up. Literally, and metaphorically.


#17

i guess if you took on a mortgage that was REALLY at your upper limit it might be a fucker


#18

NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!


#19

http://nooooooooooooooo.com/

edit: god i love that site


#20

Hang on I think I’ve got a fixed rate mortgage! YES! My life won’t get any better or worse in the immediate future as a result of this! FUCKING WINNING CAPITALISM