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KEYWORD "Pension" - 35 RESULTS
Legal & General invests in Australian lifetime mortgage business

Legal & General has acquired a 20% stake in the Australian lifetime mortgage business, Household Capital, through its ‘Retail Retirement’ division...

24 March 2020

From: Breaking News

FIBA welcomes Pension-Led Funding to its lender panel

The Financial Intermediary and Brokers Association (FIBA) has extended its range of lending options for members with the appointment of Pension-Led...

16 October 2019

From: Breaking News

Pension cash dominates the savings market

Both the volume and value of flexible payments from pensions has hit a new high, according to Moneyfacts. Data from the money...

29 August 2019

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Right to Buy debuts in top five most searched UK mortgage criteria

Right to Buy became one of the most-searched for criteria by brokers for the first time in July, according to Knowledge...

21 August 2019

From: Breaking News

Knight Frank Finance first property firm to launch later life lending

Knight Frank Finance has launched a later life finance team, making it the first major player in the property sector to...

10 July 2019

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Newbury Building Society launches retirement interest-only mortgage

Newbury Building Society has launched its first retirement interest-only (RIO) mortgage to support borrowers in their later life. Applicants must be a...

25 January 2019

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Three million borrowers may still be paying off their mortgage after retirement

A fifth of current mortgage holders believe they will still be paying off their mortgage beyond the age of 65 –...

28 November 2018

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Over half of borrowers rejected because the mortgage industry is ‘not fit for purpose’

The mortgage industry is failing to keep up with modern borrowers, according to a new study conducted by Together. It revealed that...

16 November 2018

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UK household wealth rises to over £10 trillion

Research from Lloyds Bank Private Banking shows that the total household wealth in the UK reached an estimated £10.5 trillion in...

16 August 2017

From: Breaking News

Home improvements and mortgage clearance top reasons for equity release

The most popular reasons for choosing equity release during the first half of 2017 are making home improvements and clearing existing...

25 July 2017

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Mortgage professionals show support for equity release qualification

The adviser community has offered broad support to the merits of a standalone equity release qualification, according to a joint survey...

20 January 2017

From: Breaking News

Why banks and building societies should be lending to the over 50s

Following the introduction of new lending rules in April 2016, under the Mortgage Market Review (MMR), many banks and building societies...

18 January 2017

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Lending should be based on affordability, not age

The one area in which a proper affordability assessment is ignored is lending to older borrowers, according to findings from The...

24 August 2016

From: Breaking News

Long-term interest rates hit a further new low

Back in 1980 I took out my first mortgage to buy a flat in Birmingham. The flat was very affordable and...

13 June 2016

From: Breaking News

Come and meet the experts

The National Association of Commercial Finance Brokers (NACFB) is counting down the last month before throwing open the doors to its...

13 May 2016

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Buy-to-let pensioner landlords” consider selling up

More than four out of 10 pensioner landlords are seriously thinking about selling their buy-to-let property even though it offers them valuable...

20 April 2016

From: Breaking News

Call to scrap stamp duty for downsizers

Retired people downsizing to fund their retirement should be exempt from stamp duty, a leading insurer has said. So-called “property pensioners” are...

12 April 2016

From: Breaking News

Lifetime Isa won’t ease supply problems

Property experts have warned that Chancellor George Osborne's new Lifetime Isa will do nothing to solve housing supply and affordability problems. From April...

17 March 2016

From: Breaking News

Buy-to-let surge fuelled by pension raids

The surge of investors into buy-to-let is being fuelled by older people raiding their pension pots, advisers say. While many see rental property...

14 March 2016

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Buy-to-let investors shrug off tax crackdown

The popularity of buy-to-let looks set to defy Chancellor George Osborne's tax crackdown with nearly three out of 10 over-55s planning...

07 March 2016

From: Breaking News

Buy-to-let: the love affair continues

The "love affair" between retirees and their buy-to-let properties is as strong as ever despite upcoming tax changes, new data suggests. The...

25 February 2016

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Older borrowers desperately need help now

The Council of mortgage lenders has urged action to make it easier for older and retired people to take out mortgages. The...

04 December 2015

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Stafford Railway BS lends up to age 85

Stafford Railway Building Society is reminding older borrowers that they can take advantage of its standard variable rate mortgage up to...

27 November 2015

From: Breaking News

Pensioner equity rises to new high

The amount of money locked up in homes owned by the over-65s has grown by almost £17.5 billion in the past...

29 September 2015

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One in three Britons would welcome interest rate hikes

The British public remains divided over impact of interest rate rise with almost one in three welcoming the prospect. That rises to more...

24 September 2015

From: Breaking News

Buy-to-let to boom as landlords defy tax threat

Nearly one in five landlords plan to buy more buy-to-let properties despite the looming threat of Chancellor George Osborne's tax crackdown. New...

17 September 2015

From: Breaking News

Mortgage affordability rules leave buyers baffled

Two thirds of potential homebuyers have been left in the dark by new mortgage affordability rules, research reveals. Some 35% of potential...

10 September 2015

From: Breaking News

Over-55s plan buy-to-let property splurge

The over-55s are set to go on a property buying spree, new research suggests. More than a third of homeowners over the age...

03 September 2015

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Over 600,000 will use pension to clear mortgage

More than 600,000 Britons intend to use all or part of their pension to help repay their mortgage balance, new research...

28 August 2015

From: Breaking News

Buy-to-let bonanza as rates fall while deals hit 1,000

The buy-to-let mortgage boom continues with rates falling sharply while the number of products on the market hits a seven-year high of 1,000. The average...

26 August 2015

From: Breaking News

Buy-to-let landlords face “severe” profits shock

Buy-to-let landlords face a "severe dent" in post-tax profits following Chancellor George Osborne's tax crackdown. Individual landlords will face extra tax bills of £2,000...

21 August 2015

From: Breaking News

Young investors keen to crash the buy-to-let party

As many as four million 18-39 year olds are actively trying to purchase a buy-to-let property to cash in on the...

17 August 2015

From: Breaking News

Property shortage could fuel ‘pensioner pockets’

A lack of affordable homes in England’s rural areas has resulted in young people and families being priced out of the...

06 July 2015

From: Breaking News

Pension freedoms drive buy-to-let growth

The number of buy-to-let mortgages increased sharply in the first month following Chancellor George Osborne's pension freedom revolution. The choice of deals has...

24 June 2015

From: Breaking News

Young borrowers face lifetime of debt

Young borrowers increasingly expect to be paying their mortgage into retirement as they stretch themselves to get on the housing ladder. Around half of...

17 June 2015

From: Breaking News

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