Monthly Archives: June 2010

Inflation and House Prices

The last blog post looked at interest rate and house prices (http://wp.me/pTU04-1S). Recall that the base rate is the main instrument of monetary policy used by the BOE. The primary purpose of the BOE is monetary stability. BOE defines monetary … Continue reading

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Swap Spread looks Coincident with Change in House Price

Follow on from the last blog; we continue to look at the relationship between base rate spreads and various interest rates. In this case it the spread between the rate on 2 year swap and Bank of England Base Rate. … Continue reading

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Interest Rate Spreads and House Prices

In the second post published on June 12 ‘10, the PropRate analyst blog looked at the central bank base rate and house prices. The last post demonstrated that the interest spread between the UK BOE base rate and various mortgage … Continue reading

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Interest Rates and House Prices

This now my second blog, I am going to discuss the relationship between the central bank base rate and house price. In addition the blog will look at the relationship between the base rate and other interest rates. Particularly, focus … Continue reading

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