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Revealed – what happens to equity release plans when you die?

Equity release allows the older generation to release some of the money from the value of their home through a series...

02 August 2022

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Insight - how homebuyers are searching in the current market

While digital continues to dominate the way we purchase properties, the latest property insight from YourBusinessNumber suggests that homebuyers still find...

07 July 2022

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Mortgage roundup – a month of firsts in the mortgage sphere

This week’s mortgage roundup involves a month of firsts and milestones, with Proportunity and BuildLoan launching UK-first products for buyers. Meanwhile,...

05 July 2022

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Mortgage roundup – industry firsts and product enhancements

This week’s roundup takes a look at the latest in the mortgage market, from L&G’s latest addition to its lender panel...

26 May 2022

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London’s busiest housing markets where the most homes have sold

A study from London lettings and estate agent Benham and Reeves uncovered which London boroughs have been the busiest in the past...

20 January 2022

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The majority of landlords spent £13k on refurbishments over past year

Savings and lending bank Shawbrook recently conducted a Changing Face Buy-to-Let Report to investigate refurbishment costs. In total 1,000 landlords, and 1,000...

21 October 2021

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Mortgage roundup – “Outstanding” products for lenders and consumers

The mortgage roundup column returns to bring you the latest news on mortgage products coming to the market, featuring Furness Building...

12 October 2021

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Homeowners forced to use savings for maintenance costs

According to new research from the homebuying platform, YesHomebuyers,  the majority of UK homeowners spend between £500 to £1,500 a year on...

06 July 2021

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Mortgage roundup – power products and lowered rates

West One Loans’ buy-to-let (BTL) division has released new products to meet increased demand in the market. The raft of new product...

01 July 2021

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Mortgage roundup – slashing rates, partnerships and green mortgages

The Nottingham has introduced a new larger lending mortgage aimed at those looking to borrow over £350,000. Priced at 1.85%, the two-year...

29 June 2021

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Advice and tips for self-employed mortgage applications

The past year has seen many people experience a change in their financial circumstances. The Covid-19 pandemic resulted in work-life changes...

04 June 2021

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Mortgage roundup – exclusive products, lower rates and increased LTVs

LiveMore has announced a reduction of its standard fixed rates from five-year up to lifetime. Launched last week, the seven, 10 and...

15 April 2021

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Mortgage roundup – a diverse range of products just in time for Easter…

Vernon Building Society has announced a new competitively priced mortgage, available up to 90% of the property’s value. The mortgage is designed...

01 April 2021

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Mortgage roundup – five-year fixed products prove popular

The Nottingham has rolled out a new five-year fixed product as an option for people looking to remortgage in light of...

18 February 2021

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Puma Property Finance expands to Manchester

Specialist development lender Puma Property Finance has bolstered its nationwide presence with the relocation of one of its managers, Paul Murphy,...

27 October 2020

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Lockdown cuts home insurance costs as claims fall – study

A steep drop in recorded crime since the start of the coronavirus lockdown has led to a downward shift in home...

16 September 2020

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Buy-to-let mortgage costs drop as 2019 draws to a close

Mortgage costs in the buy-to-let (BTL) market have continued to fall over the last three months, according to Mortgage Brain. Its quarterly...

19 December 2019

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Pure Retirement and My Care Consultant launch CareBox project

Pure Retirement has partnered with My Care Consultant on its latest ‘CareBox’ programme. The project – aimed at financial services, professionals, financial...

11 September 2019

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The Mortgage Lender brings BTL low rate high fee to market

The Mortgage Lender has extended its 2.83% initial rate with 2% completion fee buy-to-let product to the whole of the market. In...

05 July 2019

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Fluctuating costs ‘unsettle’ BTL mortgage market

New figures released from Mortgage Brain show that the buy-to-let (BTL) mortgage market remains ‘unsettled’ with mixed movement seen in the...

28 November 2018

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Borrowers pay £15.4 billion in ‘unnecessary’ SVR interest each year

A staggering £15.4 billion of annual interest is being paid by mortgage borrowers sitting on their lenders’ standard variable rate (SVR),...

23 November 2018

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TMA to offer mortgage criteria search system via Knowledge Bank

TMA Mortgage Club has become the first development application (DA) Club to offer mortgage criteria’s search system after its agreement with...

10 October 2018

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BTL market entering stable period, says Mortgage Brain

The buy-to-let sector could be entering another period of stabilisation, according to recent analysis carried out by Mortgage Brain. The cost of...

04 July 2018

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Just Mortgages signs up 100th self-employed broker

Just Mortgages’ self-employed division has now reached 100 brokers – an increase of 23% since the end of 2017. Launched with just...

27 April 2018

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Gifted deposits fall for both first-time buyers and investors

The number of first-time buyers and buyers of investment properties has fallen in the last two years, My Home Move say. First-time...

21 August 2017

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Mortgage costs drop during second quarter

According to the latest data from mortgage technology provider, Mortgage Brain, the majority of mainstream mortgages have steadily decreased over the...

25 July 2017

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Professionals holding Level 4 certificates on the rise

Some five hundred mortgage professionals have completed the Level 4 Certificate in Advanced Mortgage Advice since its launch two years ago,...

07 November 2016

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Mortgage gap closes as high-LTV loans get cheaper

The gap between mortgage rates at different LTVs has narrowed dramatically, making life easier for borrowers with small deposits. Mortgage rates for borrowers...

24 May 2016

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Mortgage costs fall by £1,000 a year

Mortgage rates continue to fall with the majority of residential and buy-to-let rates coming down in cost over the past three...

27 April 2016

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Residential and buy-to-let mortgage rates continue to fall

Rates on mainstream and buy-to-let mortgages have fallen by as much as 10% over the past three months. This should spell further...

14 April 2016

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Leeds BS eases interest-only criteria

Leeds Building Society has eased its interest-only criteria and will now accept sale of property as a repayment strategy up to...

05 April 2016

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150,000 now own through Help to Buy

More than 150,000 people have become homeowners through the Government’s flagship Help to Buy housing scheme. New official figures show that 80%...

11 March 2016

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Will today's buy-to-let boom end in tears?

Property agencies report a surge in demand for London buy-to-let property ahead of the looming surcharge on stamp duty. But some fear...

17 February 2016

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Buy-to-let landlords targeting cheaper properties

Buy-to-let landlords are increasingly searching for lower-priced properties in a bid to secure higher yields, new research suggests. Seven in 10 landlords...

25 November 2015

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Nationwide offers free valuations across entire range

Nationwide Building Society is removing all standard valuation fees from its mortgage range. Customers will now be able to select any mortgage...

12 November 2015

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Fleet Mortgages cuts buy-to-let completion fee

Specialist buy-to-let lender Fleet Mortgages has unveiled a product with lower completion fees for loans up to £150,000. The two-year, fixed-rate product...

03 September 2015

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Buy-to-let landlords selling up to escape tax crackdown

Buy-to-let landlords are gearing up to offload their properties after waking up to the impact of Chancellor George Osborne's recent tax...

24 August 2015

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Mortgage Trusts overhauls buy-to-let rates

Mortgage Trust has overhauled its buy-to-let product range. The specialist lender is retaining several of its most popular fixed rate products and...

11 August 2015

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Mortgages fall again despite rate hike threat

New figures suggest that mortgage rates are continuing to fall despite growing expectations of a base rate hike. There was a further...

06 August 2015

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