• Stevan Paul

What if Bank of England increase interest rates?

There are increasing indications from the Governor of the Bank of England, that interest rates will be rising and that could be even as soon as next month, from the all-time low of 0.25%.

At Mortgages Made Easy Norfolk, we understand you may well be affected by this change, as your lenders standard variable rate is linked to the Bank of England rate. This would be the first increase in the Bank of England rate in 10 years, a sobering thought for those with a mortgage.

At Mortgages Made Easy Norfolk we can help you not only lower monthly instalments, but also consolidate other debts and do home improvements. We can help you remove the barriers of changing mortgage lenders so you can manage your finances better and find the right deal for you from the whole of the market.


Contact Us



Tel: 01953 884120

9am-7pm Mon-Fri

View Our Privacy Policy



Mortgages Made Easy Norfolk

Cannacie, Watton Road

Little Cressingham, Norfolk

IP25 6ND


An initial consultation is always FREE

Thereafter, depending on the work involved in securing your mortgage, we may charge a fee.  Please contact for further details. 

We do not charge a fee for advice on the following :

Life Assurance, Critical Illness Cover, Income Protection, ASU, Buildings and Contents 


©Mortgages Made Easy Norfolk and MME Norfolk are trading styles of Titanium Financial Services Limited, who is an appointed representative of Quilter Mortgage Planning Limited, which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Quilter Mortgage Planning Limited are entered on the FCA Register http://www.fca.org.uk/register under reference 440718.

Titanium Financial Services Limited. Registered in England and Wales, under no. 09474678. Registered office address - 167 London Road, Leicester, Leicestershire, United Kingdom, LE2 1EG.

The Financial Conduct Authority does not regulate on Buy to Let and Commercial mortgages.

The guidance contained within the Financial Associates website is subject to the UK regulatory regime, and is therefore targeted at consumers based in the UK.