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Czech lenders expect home-loan demand to falter in Q4

Banks based in the Czech Republic expect demand for mortgage loans to fall in the fourth quarter as stricter criteria for home loans come into effect, according to a Czech central bank survey.

On the other hand, lenders expect a slight increase in demand for corporate loans. Twenty-one banks took part in the central bank survey between Sept. 4 and Sept. 18.

The central bank put into effect stricter income requirements, beginning Oct. 1, for mortgage borrowers in an attempt to control the rampantly growing real estate market in terms of prices.