Loan terms suffer after swap rate rise

The latest quarterly Kingfisher/Property Week Index, which measures the amount that could be borrowed or lent by reference to investment yields and interest rates, has dropped from the record level of 139% in July to 120% because of the rise in the five-year swap rate. Although this is a sharp ...

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