“Mortgage rates <https://www.squirrel.co.nz/home-loans/interest-rates> will stay relatively low. That said, the cost of borrowing will blow-out if the world tips into its next recession.
“We also need to face the prospect of a much lower NZ dollar putting upward pressure on interest rates.
“Nonetheless, I still see mortgage rates staying in the 4%-5% range for the foreseeable future. They will increase slightly off current lows so I find the 2 and 3 year part of the curve attractive. We are currently getting 3 year fixed rates at 3.95% and 5 years at 4.45%.
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“New Zealand is in a great position however with favourable demographics being well located and resourced and with South East Asia being a young population and an economic power house our export market can only but grow as well as tourists inbound.
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