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Our MMR history
Details of our Managed Mortgage Rate (MMR) history.
The Managed Mortgage Rate (MMR) is a type of mortgage interest rate that you are most likely to go onto after your introductory fixed, tracker or discounted deal ends.
We choose what the MMR rate is and it does not track the Bank of England Bank Rate. Your MMR depends on whether we calculate the interest on your mortgage annually or monthly. The MMR you’ll pay also depends on what type of mortgage you apply for.
The table below details any rate changes that have been applied to the Family Building Society Managed Mortgage Rates since they were launched.
|Year||Date of Change||Managed Mortgage Rate (variable)||Managed Flexi Mortgage Rate (variable)||Residential Investment Managed Mortgage Rate (variable)|
|2014||14th July||4.79%||4.89%||Introduced on 1 December 2016|
|2015||No changes||No changes||No changes||Introduced on 1 December 2016|
|2016||25th September||4.54%||4.64%||Introduced on 1 December 2016|
|1st December||No changes||No changes||5.29%|
|2017||1st December||No changes||No changes||5.29%|
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