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ASB cuts fixed home loan interest rates

ASB cuts fixed home loan interest rates

24 May 2012

ASB is cutting its 6 month and 18 month fixed home loan rates. The new rates are effective tomorrow, Friday 25 May.

These cuts follow reductions to the 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 year fixed home loan rates announced last week.

ASB fixed rate home loan interest rate changes, effective 25 May 2012:

TermInterest rateChange
6 month5.25%- 0.50%
18 month 5.40 %- 0.40%

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