Interest rate for new mortgages in the Netherlands 2006-2018

Average interest rate for new mortgages in the Netherlands from 2006 to 2018

by Raynor de Best, last edited Feb 14, 2019
Interest rate for new mortgages in the Netherlands 2006-2018 This statistic shows the average interest rate for new mortgages in the Netherlands from 2006 to 2018. In 2018, the interest rate reached an average of 2.40 percent. A mortgage loan ranks among one of the oldest bank products. Nowadays it represents a rapidly developing branch of bank lending operations. It is usually characterized by either capital project financing (like for an individual purchasing a house) or the issue and sale of mortgage bonds by institutional investors in capital markets. In 2008, problems with mortgages contributed to the financial crisis. Since then, mortgage markets in Europe remained fragmented. This can already be seen in the different mortgage interest rates across the continent. For example, the mortgage interest rate in Italy reached a value of 2.33 percent in 2016, whilst Hungary had a considerably higher interest rate of 4.89 percent.
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Average interest rate for new mortgages in the Netherlands from 2006 to 2018

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Interest rate
20182.4%
20172.41%
20162.59%
20152.93%
20143.37%
20133.78%
20124.27%
20114.55%
20104.52%
20094.86%
20085.34%
20074.97%
20064.38%
Interest rate
20182.4%
20172.41%
20162.59%
20152.93%
20143.37%
20133.78%
20124.27%
20114.55%
20104.52%
20094.86%
20085.34%
20074.97%
20064.38%
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by Raynor de Best, last edited Feb 14, 2019
This statistic shows the average interest rate for new mortgages in the Netherlands from 2006 to 2018. In 2018, the interest rate reached an average of 2.40 percent. A mortgage loan ranks among one of the oldest bank products. Nowadays it represents a rapidly developing branch of bank lending operations. It is usually characterized by either capital project financing (like for an individual purchasing a house) or the issue and sale of mortgage bonds by institutional investors in capital markets. In 2008, problems with mortgages contributed to the financial crisis. Since then, mortgage markets in Europe remained fragmented. This can already be seen in the different mortgage interest rates across the continent. For example, the mortgage interest rate in Italy reached a value of 2.33 percent in 2016, whilst Hungary had a considerably higher interest rate of 4.89 percent.
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