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Mortgage Products| May 22, 2015

Lenders rush to market with new deals

Lenders are pushing for business, following the general election uncertainty.

From Your Industry| May 22, 2015

Nationwide profits up, despite mortgage lending falls

Net lending down to £7.1bn from £9.9bn, a market share of 31.2 per cent, falling from 70.8 per cent.

May 21, 2015

Lending slows, but prospects positive: CML

Stronger March figures behind 1 per cent month-on-month fall in total lending.

May 20, 2015

BSA chief calls on gov’t for housing crisis strategy

Last time more than 200,000 new homes were built in a year was back in 1968, trade body says.

From Your Industry| May 20, 2015

Co-op mortgage completions hit £500m in Q1

Core bank remains “very much a work in progress”, but performance is beginning to improve, boss says.

May 19, 2015

Annual house prices jump 9.6%: ONS

Unless supply is addressed, house prices will continue to climb, warns L&G mortgage club.

Analysis & Opinion

Mortgages| May 22, 2015

Mortgage spotlight

Election snapshot: Laverne Hadaway looks at what the parties promised for the housing sector and some of the industry response

MMR: One year on

Apr 27, 2015

MMR: One year on

One year has passed since the MMR came into effect, but what impact has it had on mortgage lending? Julia Faurschou examines the progress.

Main parties fail to address mortgage market imbalance

Ashley WassallonMortgage Products| Apr 17, 2015

Main parties fail to address mortgage market imbalance

Only the Greens offered the necessary abolition of mortgage interest tax relief.

Ready, willing and able

Apr 01, 2015

Ready, willing and able

A fall in Hampton’s Ability to Buy Index shows low interest rates are not enough to stimulate the mortgage market

Recent Articles
  1. Lending to first-time buyers increase 20%: CML
    May 19, 2015

    Lending to first-time buyers increase 20%: CML

    Industry body’s director general suggests trend will continue upward from here.

  2. Fos throws out eight in 10 annuity claims following surge
    From Your Industry| May 19, 2015

    Fos throws out eight in 10 annuity claims following surge

    Proportion of adviser complaints has doubled in the last financial year, but total complaints are down.

  3. First-time buyers give government supply mandate
    May 19, 2015

    First-time buyers give government supply mandate

    Lib Dem policy to give greater powers to local authorities over empty homes rated highest by young people.

  4. Supply and demand imbalance holding market back: research
    May 18, 2015

    Supply and demand imbalance holding market back: research

    Those surveyed broadly supported the Conservatives’ manifesto housing policies.

  5. Pre-election jitters blamed for May house price fall
    May 18, 2015

    Pre-election jitters blamed for May house price fall

    Property portal’s monthly statistics point out this is the first May drop in prices since the last national vote.

  6. Political certainty opens buy-to-let floodgates
    Mortgage Products| May 15, 2015

    Political certainty opens buy-to-let floodgates

    Lenders respond to demand with new deals.

  7. Repossessions fall in Q1: CML
    May 14, 2015

    Repossessions fall in Q1: CML

    Smallest number and proportion of mortgages in the most serious arrears band since the end of 2008.

  8. Lack of stock pushes up house prices: Rics
    May 14, 2015

    Lack of stock pushes up house prices: Rics

    Acceleration in price momentum appears to have been driven by a further contraction in supply.

  9. Higher LTV lending a quarter of what it was in 2007
    May 14, 2015

    Higher LTV lending a quarter of what it was in 2007

    Regional breakdown finds Scotland lagging behind in terms of higher loan-to-value lending.

  10. What the election result will mean for your clients
    From Pensions| May 11, 2015

    What the election result will mean for your clients

    Were you sad to see former pensions minister Steve Webb MP go, or just glad the Mansions Tax isn’t on the cards?

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