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Almost continuous fall in prices on housing loans in the past two years is likely nearing an end. The average interest rate on mortgage loans in January 2011 fell by only three hundredths of one percent, compared with the previous month. In the next months is expected to stagnate or modest growth. The changes tendencies are primarily due to unexpectedly high growth in the mortgage market in December last year, when banks provided loans for more than $ 10 MLR. crowns, it proves naglyano analysis of sales of new apartments in Prague in 2010, interesting developments since the beginning of the year: the refusal customers in previously populyanoy five-year fixed mortgages, ie those for which the rate remains unchanged for five years. In January, the first place there was already a three-year fix mortgage interest.

Their share rose to 49 percent, while the share of loans with a five-year-fixation was only 38 percent. In January, have the possibility of increasing its base rate five banks, including market leaders such as the Czech Savings Bank and commercial banks. But in fact, the said banks had not yet decided to increase rates loans. 'Banks are today because of strong competition can not afford the higher rates on mortgage products, but very eager to do so. It is obvious that the long-term rates will rise, so do not expected to decrease, and so some of the lowest mortgage interest in Europe beyond sugar cubes' – shared a private conversation, Thomas Schwartz, head of mortgage trends UniCredit Bank. Real estate prices in the Czech Republic should not change too fast, but none does not have a crystal ball that would have confidently predicted the situation in 2011 at the rates on mortgages. Well, confidence among Czech banks have become much more, it shows not even the naked eye.

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