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Housing market has ‘lost momentum’: Nationwide

Monthly report shows house purchase mortgage approvals in September almost 20 per cent below the start of the year.

From Investments| Oct 28, 2014

House prices only 2% off 2007 peak

Monthly price fall of 0.2 per cent last month, although the annual figure is still 7 per cent higher than last year.

Oct 27, 2014

Mortgage intermediaries positive on prospects

3 per cent average expected rise in buy-to-let mortgage business over next 12 months driven by rental demand.

Oct 24, 2014

House price increases vary £56k across the UK

The strongest performing cities are in Southern England with London, growing at 18.1 per cent.

Oct 23, 2014

High street mortgage figures buoy industry confidence

Mortgage stock con the up, despite moderation in demand last month.

Oct 23, 2014

BM Solutions reveals north/south buy-to-let divide

Evidence of a north/south split between tenant demand and greatest yields revealed.

Analysis & Opinion
Borrowing trends

Sep 24, 2014

Borrowing trends

Laverne Hadaway asks whether the trend towards longer mortgage terms could be the next great mortgage scandal.

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Guide to Second Charge Mortgages

A popular alternative to remortgaging, a shake-up of the way this product is regulated is on the way.

FTAdviser Blog

It’s time the FCA enforced TCF principles

News Review: Laudable rules to prevent unintended consequences are being ignored by lenders.

Adviser Guides

Guide to High Loan-to-Value Mortgages

The market has improved over the last 12 months for first-time buyers who are unable to put down a large deposit.

FTAdviser Blog

I’m sticking by my ‘staggering ignorance’ on housing hubris

News Review: Confusion reigns over market statistics, but affordability issues for young buyers are irrefutable.

FTAdviser Blog

FCA fine gives context for Natwest over-compliance

Final notice reveals that affordability issues and lack of oversight of advised sales prompted action.

Recent Articles
  1. Guide to Second Charge Mortgages
    From Training| Oct 23, 2014

    Guide to Second Charge Mortgages

    A popular alternative to remortgaging, a shake-up of the way this product is regulated is on the way.

  2. Remortgage lending value up 19%: LMS
    Oct 23, 2014

    Remortgage lending value up 19%: LMS

    Remortgage market share now equates to 25 per cent of the total market, data reveal.

  3. One in four homeowners to face ‘difficulty’ when rates rise
    Oct 22, 2014

    One in four homeowners to face ‘difficulty’ when rates rise

    CML plays down likely effects as data show 40% anticipate being in the same financial position in three years.

  4. Fears over interest rate hike impact on mortgages
    Oct 22, 2014

    Fears over interest rate hike impact on mortgages

    Almost half of mortgage holders surveyed remain concerned about interest rise impact.

  5. Mortgage complaints jump 55%: Fos
    Oct 21, 2014

    Mortgage complaints jump 55%: Fos

    Over the last three years the Financial Ombudsman Service has seen a steady increase in complaints about mortgages.

  6. Mortgage lending flat as rate rise expectations grow
    Oct 20, 2014

    Mortgage lending flat as rate rise expectations grow

    Council of Mortgage Lenders reveals “growing evidence” that mortgage lending activity has plateaued.

  7. Gap of £60k to move up housing ladder: Lloyds
    Oct 17, 2014

    Gap of £60k to move up housing ladder: Lloyds

    The gap for those moving from their first to their second property is £14,900 bigger than in 2013.

  8. Gilt yield collapse will drive down fixed rate deals
    Oct 16, 2014

    Gilt yield collapse will drive down fixed rate deals

    Market expert predicts five-year fixed rate mortgages will fall to lowest ever levels.

  9. Half of over-40s to pay mortgage or rent in retirement
    Oct 15, 2014

    Half of over-40s to pay mortgage or rent in retirement

    Eighteen per cent of 66 to 70-year-olds believe they will still be paying rent when they retire.

  10. Scotland slashes Help to Buy price ceiling
    From Investments| Oct 15, 2014

    Scotland slashes Help to Buy price ceiling

    New approach will be a “major boost” to first time buyers and improve the affordability of starter homes, Scottish government says.

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