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Rising interest rates don’t signal a credit crunch

We don’t think the surge in high-LTV interest rates signals an incoming credit crunch. Rather, it probably reflects lenders prioritising demand from less risky borrowers. As the surge from pent-up demand wanes in the coming months, we expect high-LTV availability to improve – leading to lower loan prices in 2021.

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