Where are interest rates heading in 2014?

crystal-ballRBA cash rate is expected to remain steady in the medium term at 2.5%. It is predicted that for the first time since 2004, interest rates will not move for a 12 month period.
The futures market is not expecting an increase in the cash rate until February 2015 and there is an expectation of an increase which may be as high as 4.25% sometime in 2015 although another smaller school of economists are holding out for a rate cut later this year. With fixed rate home loans below 5% and competition rising in this market, some are choosing to fix part or all of their loans.

The result of these lowest interest rates is that finding an investment property that provides a rental return greater than the cost of the interest is a lot easier! Whilst unemployment remains low, slow wage growth, variable and fixed rates are at record lows, rental yields are high and property prices are stable. All this still makes for a wonderful time to invest in the property market.


Bernie Tynes
Marketing Manager
Infinity Property Agents – Sydney


About Infinity Property Agents

Infinity Property Agents manage the sale, property management, leasing, valuations, cleaning of properties in East: Maroubra ,Kingsford and Kensington Lower North: Mosman, Neutral Bay, Crows Nest and North Sydney Inner City : Alexandria, Waterloo, Zetland and Rosebery As an independent property management company, we offer a more personalised service, with over 400 happy clients and a dedicated team of property professionals with expertise of over 20 years experience in the local property market. We are always on the look out for talented agents and welcome contact via our website at http://www.infinityproperty.com.au/
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