Borrowers Burned By FX Mortgages

European borrowers, especially those in Hungary and Poland, who took out mortgages in foreign currency are now getting burned as the Swiss franc is setting new records almost daily against central European currencies.

  • 11 Aug 2011
European borrowers, especially those in Hungary and Poland, who took out mortgages in foreign currency are now getting burned as the Swiss franc is setting new records almost daily against central European currencies. As a result, borrowers who opted for foreign currency loans because of lower rates are ...

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