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Jan 30, 2015

Bank of England stats show mortgage market steady

December’s 60,275 figure represented an increase from 58,956 in November and 59,350 in October.

Jan 29, 2015

High Court backs West Brom over rate hikes

Building society says the rate increase was made to “reflect changing market conditions”.

Jan 29, 2015

House prices stabilise in December: Land Registry

Official data shows an annual increase of 7 per cent.

Jan 29, 2015

House price growth slows again in January

Monthly index shows fifth straight month of house price slowdown.

Jan 29, 2015

Gross lending to hit £225bn in 2015: L&G

Mortgage Club director says new highs will be driven by rising house prices, new entrants and low interest rates.

Jan 28, 2015

Northern Ireland buyers need smallest deposits

Data reveal London deposits are four times larger than those in Northern Ireland.

Analysis & Opinion
Mortgages: A backwards glance at 2014

Dec 23, 2014

Mortgages: A backwards glance at 2014

Laverne Hadaway looks back at events in the mortgage market over the past year.

Finally, movement on outdated stamp duty

Dec 03, 2014

Finally, movement on outdated stamp duty

Stamp duty reforms will help lower-earners but those buying at higher levels may get hit hard

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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.

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The case for tougher regulation of buy-to-let

News review: Whatever way you look at it, the case for intervention stacks up.

FTAdviser Blog

Unfairness at the heart of the mortgage market

News Review: First-time buyers and some existing borrowers are still getting the thin end of the wedge.

FTAdviser Blog

It’s time the FCA enforced TCF principles

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

Recent Articles
  1. Treasury confirms EU Mortgage Credit Directive rules
    From Regulation| Jan 26, 2015

    Treasury confirms EU Mortgage Credit Directive rules

    New regulations for buy-to-let lending and second charge lending confirmed.

  2. Three things the CML hopes won’t happen in 2015
    Jan 23, 2015

    Three things the CML hopes won’t happen in 2015

    Industry body prays for no fresh problems in the eurozone or a worsening global economy.

  3. Data reveal further evidence of cooling housing market
    Jan 22, 2015

    Data reveal further evidence of cooling housing market

    Remains to be seen what impact the EU Mortgage Credit Directive and election will have, say brokers.

  4. Paragon profits up 14.9%
    Jan 22, 2015

    Paragon profits up 14.9%

    Buy-to-let lender says its financial performance remains in line with management’s expectations.

  5. Nationwide to launch ‘lowest’ 10-year fix
    Jan 20, 2015

    Nationwide to launch ‘lowest’ 10-year fix

    According to data from Moneyfacts, there are now 77 mortgages on the market with a rate fixed for a decade.

  6. Homeowners cashing in on inflated house prices
    Jan 19, 2015

    Homeowners cashing in on inflated house prices

    An estimated 365,400 people moved home last year, with property price rises boosting the equity available.

  7. Pension transfer and MMR travails: This week in news
    From Pensions| Jan 16, 2015

    Pension transfer and MMR travails: This week in news

    Pensions again dominate this week’s news, with pension liberation thrust into the spotlight thanks to the ombudsman.

  8. BoE data hints at slowdown in house purchase – MAB
    Jan 16, 2015

    BoE data hints at slowdown in house purchase – MAB

    Tighter regulations during 2014 could mean slower year for housing in 2015

  9. Criteria will be lenders’ focus in 2015
    Jan 15, 2015

    Criteria will be lenders’ focus in 2015

    Live Q&A reveals that lenders cannot relax following the MMR, given the Mortgage Credit Directive is just round the corner.

  10. Homebuyer numbers and price growth slipping: Rics
    Jan 15, 2015

    Homebuyer numbers and price growth slipping: Rics

    Surveyors survey finds London leading the slump, with its eighth consecutive monthly decline in enquiries.

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