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Apr 17, 2014

Only London and SE house prices back to 2007 levels

The London housing market experience does influence national data, sometimes quite significantly, CML said.

Apr 16, 2014

Rising prices buoy property market sentiment

The majority of homeowners have confidence in the current housing market driven by strong property prices, according to data from Halifax.

Apr 16, 2014

Rental revival boosts buy-to-let prospects

The improving housing rental market is providing good opportunities for buy-to-let investors, Daniel Bailey has said.

Apr 16, 2014

Too many housebuyers priced out: L&G

The disparity between rising house prices and wages, and a lack of housing supply make mortgage repayments unaffordable for many, Jeremy Duncombe...

From Investments| Apr 16, 2014

Morning papers: Nationwide to offer remote mortgage advice

The morning headlines brought to you by FTAdviser: 16 April 2014.

Apr 10, 2014

Mortgage lending takes a dip in February

Dip in mortgage lending in February but CML claims year-on-year growth comparisons remained strong.

Analysis & Opinion
Houses that are more affordable, not more affordable housing

Jon Cudby| Apr 10, 2014

Houses that are more affordable, not more affordable housing

Bringing the price of existing houses under control would be more beneficial than building newer ‘affordable’ housing, says Jon Cudby.

Month in Mortgages: Keeping an eye on supply

Apr 04, 2014

Month in Mortgages: Keeping an eye on supply

FTAdviser offers a round-up of the mortgage themes that featured in March.

Stress tests

Mar 25, 2014

Stress tests

Laverne Hadaway asks what effect the new affordability rules - particularly stress tests - will have on the mortgage market in the short term.

Chancellor misses chance to refocus Help to Buy

Mar 19, 2014

Chancellor misses chance to refocus Help to Buy

Criticised by many as the cause of a potential housing bubble, the reality is that Help to Buy is no such thing.

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Guide to Mortgage Market Review

The mortgage market is about to become more tightly regulated than ever before.

FTAdviser Blog

Staggered stamp duty would smooth out sales lumps

Current cliff-edge means tax becomes prohibitive for first-time buyers of average priced homes.

FTAdviser Blog

Mas under siege, but ‘advice’ elephant in the room remains

Week in Brief: Mas hit by two critical parliamentary reports, while George Osborne toughens stance on avoidance.

FTAdviser Blog

Stop the disingenuous rate hike excuses

Mortgage expert says there is no reason for lenders to increase SVRs as wholesale borrowing costs are falling.

Recent Articles
  1. HMRC stamp duty bonanza
    Apr 02, 2014

    HMRC stamp duty bonanza

    A rise in stamp duty land tax revenues has been driven by an increase in the sale of homes in the £1m to £2m price bracket, Nimesh Shah has claimed.

  2. Help to Buy ‘cutting new house inflation’
    Apr 02, 2014

    Help to Buy ‘cutting new house inflation’

    The upsurge in house building brought on by the introduction of the government’s Help to Buy equity loan scheme has slowed price inflation by half,...

  3. BOE remains vigilant over housing market risks
    Apr 02, 2014

    BOE remains vigilant over housing market risks

    The Bank of England is on red alert amid record levels of mortgage borrowing beyond household income, the financial policy committee has indicated.

  4. CML: February lending highest since 2008
    Mar 20, 2014

    CML: February lending highest since 2008

    Upward trend in mortgage lending could continue despite MMR introduction, L&G says.

  5. Budget round-up: mortgages
    Mar 20, 2014

    Budget round-up: mortgages

    In less than an hour the chancellor delivered the latest Budget blockbuster, amid a torrent of attempted heckles from an opposition struggling to...

  6. Owning capital’s homes is the ‘preserve of the cash-rich’
    Mar 20, 2014

    Owning capital’s homes is the ‘preserve of the cash-rich’

    London’s housing market is becoming the “preserve of the cash-rich” as high loan-to-value lending slumps in the capital, Richard Sexton has argued.

  7. Cambridge Building Society reports strong mortgage results
    Mar 19, 2014

    Cambridge Building Society reports strong mortgage results

    The Cambridge Building Society grew its mortgage book by 8 per cent last year, and provided funding for more than 1200 mortgages, Duncan Bain has...

  8. Budget 2014: As it happened
    From Investments| Mar 18, 2014

    Budget 2014: As it happened

    All the announcements from this year’s Budget speech - including a surprise simplification package for pensions.

  9. Calls grow for Budget to end stamp duty ‘dead zones’
    From Investments| Mar 17, 2014

    Calls grow for Budget to end stamp duty ‘dead zones’

    Sellers whose property values fall in a stamp duty ‘dead-zone’ are reducing prices by £6,990 on average.

  10. Gov’t rejects bubble fears with £6bn bet on Help to Buy
    Mar 17, 2014

    Gov’t rejects bubble fears with £6bn bet on Help to Buy

    Extension announced on the heels of critical TSC report warning of potential market distortion.

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