2022 closed with the Euribor above 3% and many mortgage customers have entered the year alarmed, since in the coming months they will have to review their mortgage payments. According to the latest data, the 12-month Euribor stood at 3.37% last Wednesday, January 11, in its daily price, 4 basis points above Tuesday (3.33%) and consolidates the provisional monthly average above of 3.32%. From the European Central Bank (ECB), the entity led by Christine Lagarde, they have already announced that they contemplate “several” increases of 50 basis points after the application in December. How will these rate increases affect the quota review? How much could the Euribor increase? Which customers will see changes to their mortgages?
Two experts in this area of the online financial products platform iAhorro will answer the main questions from the readers of La Información in order to shed light on the following topic: ”Black January’: the review of the most expensive mortgage of the year ‘. This digital office will take place next Wednesday, January 25, starting at 4:00 p.m. and will be broadcast live on the iAhorro YouTube channel as well as on La Información’s Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and YouTube.
On this occasion, we will have the collaboration of two iAhorro experts. On the one hand, Jordi Diez, a mortgage advisor at the firm, and on the other, Alberto Maroto, a mortgage expert at iAhorro. The purpose of both will be to explain the effects of the rise in Euribor and interest rates in the review of mortgage payments.
If you plan to take out a mortgage these months; need advice on which to apply for; you are worried about how much you could pay with the mortgage review; If you want to know other alternatives or have any other questions about mortgages, you can ask Jordi Díez and Alberto Maroto next Wednesday, December 25 from 4:00 p.m. on the iAhorro YouTube channel.
How to send questions about mortgages to the office
From iAhorro y La Información we make available to all users five ways to send questions they have about mortgages:
Sending your doubts through the email address: firstname.lastname@example.orgSending your questions to the email: email@example.com social networks of La Información with the hashtag #HipotecasiAhorroLI