Fixed rate loan. Expert: I am concerned about this phenomenon

Poles, who took loans at almost zero interest rates, blame that no one warned them about the effects of the interest rate increases we see today. If they had been aware of the risks, they might have opted for a fixed rate loan.

Today, most borrowers choose such a solution. However, experts point out that the outcry may rise as interest rates start to decline. Then people with loans with variable interest rates will see installment cuts, and for the remaining ones they will remain at a relatively high level.

It may be that in a year or two such customers will feel disadvantagedspoke in August in an interview with Business Insider Polska Bartosz Turek, HRE Investments analyst. Prof. Waldemar Rogowski, the main analyst of the BIK Group, in an interview with Interia.

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