Younger homeowners would be hit hardest by a rise in interest rates, according to a study from the HomeOwners Alliance and conveyancing provider Myhomemove,
- Nearly half of homeowners aged between 25 and 34-years-old said a rise in interest rates would put them in a tricky financial position.
- Just under a quarter of those over the age of 55 said the rise would hurt them financially.
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