Base rate cuts fail to spark tracker demand

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A succession of base rate cuts failed to encourage homebuyers to take out variable products in the final months of 2008, a Legal & General (L&G) study suggests.

According to the firm's latest Mortgage Purchase Index, tracking Q4 2008, the number of borrowers taking out variable deals fell 17%. However, while the number of residential borrowers opting for a variable...

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