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Mortgage interest rates in Spain no longer among Europe’s cheapest

Mortgage ads at a Seville bank. Paco Puentes Spanish mortgages are no longer among the cheapest in Europe. The average interest rate in September was 1.94%, slightly above the euro zone average of 1.79% and higher than Germany (1.86%), France (1.51%) and Italy (1.79%), according to European Central Bank […]

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