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Mortgage Products| 15:25

Nationwide working on ‘safe’ equity release product

Work still in research and development stage, says building society.

Mortgage Products| 14:35

Sesame, PMS and Skipton team up for 85% LTV deal

Offer includes a free standard valuation, £250 cashback and has no up-front booking or arrangement fee.

Mortgage Data| 14:14

Building societies claim a third of mortgage market

Lending across the market was 40 per cent higher in the first quarter, year-on-year.

Mortgage Data| 10:33

London bucks first quarter borrowing trend: CML

Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland all see first quarter falls in mortgage volume.

Mortgage Products| 10:30

Virgin Money launches Help to Buy Scotland range

‘Stamp Duty Buster’ deals aim to cover the cost of the tax.

Mortgages| May 24, 2016

FCA contemplates holistic advice for mortgage borrowers

People taking out a mortgage should think about their pension and care needs, says the regulator.

Mortgages| May 24, 2016

Clydesdale sets aside £450m for further PPI payouts

Six month statement sets out plans for further cost-cutting measures.

Analysis & Opinion
Buy-to-let investors have got a cheek

Tony HazellonMortgage Products| Oct 08, 2015

Buy-to-let investors have got a cheek

Landlords say the chancellor’s plan to take away their benefits will mean they will no longer make a profit.

Half of new homes built between 1986 and 2012 are owned by landlords

Tony HazellonMortgage Products| Sep 30, 2015

Release older homeowners without charge

Equity release is now a mature market with £1.4bn withdrawn last year, according to the Equity Release Council.

Hal AustinonMortgage Data| Sep 25, 2015

Supply-side problem

Some critics have said that lenders have been too easy with their lending.

Mortgage Products| Sep 17, 2015

Flight for long-haul

Mortgage seekers are increasingly opting for longer terms in order to reduce their monthly repayments

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Adviser Guides

Guide to buy-to-let and taxation

George Osborne keeps on tinkering with buy-to-let taxation. What can advisers do to help landlord clients prosper?

FTAdviser Blog

Little support for housebuilding but boost for savers

The Government did not talk much about affordable housing in the Budget speech

Adviser Guides

Guide to the Budget 2016

Great support for young people but the Chancellor missed the opportunity to help the UK’s elderly population.

FTAdviser Blog

Little support for housebuilding but lots for savers

The government did not talk much about affordable housing in the Budget speech.

Adviser Guides

Guide to multiple buy-to-let

Landlords with several properties could face significant tax bills once the chancellor’s changes come in.

FTAdviser Blog

Accord toasts good year for mortgage brokers

Building societies’ intermediary arm saw strong growth over 2015.

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Mortgage Data| May 24, 2016

High LTV mortgages close price gap

Market analysis reveals heightened competition has given those with smaller deposits a boost.

Mortgage Data| May 24, 2016

HMRC confirms property deal drop

Transaction figures spike in March and fall back in April, due to buy-to-let stamp duty deadline.

Mortgages| May 24, 2016

Nationwide mortgage lending up 20%

Building society confirms second spot in terms of mortgage market share.

From Your Industry| May 24, 2016

Bradford & Bingley gives update on mortgage sales

Results reveal Bradford & Bingley’s underlying profit fell by more than 13 per cent in the first three months of this year.

Mortgages| May 24, 2016

Paragon profits, but buy-to-let outlook uncertain

Group’s criteria changes led to a depressed level of applications in the first quarter.

Mortgage Products| May 24, 2016

Newcastle follows TMW lead with buy-to-let changes

Buy-to-let policy changes made in advance of next April’s landlord tax relief reforms.

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