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Office and Savings | This is how mortgages have risen in 2022 and forecast for 2023

Date: May 28, 2023 Time: 21:25:31

2022 has been a year of a lot of movement in mortgages, variations in the Euribor and increases in interest rates have affected customer installments. The 12-month Euribor has risen this Friday to 2.993% in its daily price, 12 basis points above Thursday and a new maximum since January 5, 2009. This reference index for mortgages once again has an upward trend after the latest rate hike by the European Central Bank (ECB), which increased official rates by 50 basis points yesterday, to 2.5%, but above all because of the warning that it will do so even more. How have mortgages changed from January to December? Are new increases expected for next year? Who will be the most affected users?

Two experts in this area of ​​the online financial product platform iAhorro will answer the main questions from the readers of La Información in order to shed light on the following topic: ‘This is how mortgages have risen in 2022 and forecast for 2023’. This digital office will take place next Thursday, December 21 from 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, Óscar Bueno, a mortgage analyst at the firm, and on the other, Alejandro Puebla, a mortgage expert. The purpose of both this day will be to explain the evolution of mortgages in these twelve months and resolve any doubts that readers may have.

If you plan to take out a mortgage next year; need advice on which to apply for; you are worried about paying a very high fee; If you want to know other alternatives or have any other questions about mortgages, you can ask Óscar Bueno and Alejandro Puebla next Wednesday, December 21 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 four ways to send questions:

Through the email address: comunicacion@iahorro.com

Puck Henry
Puck Henry
Puck Henry is an editor for ePrimefeed covering all types of news.

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