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Mortgage Products| Feb 27, 2015

Natwest leads the way with rate reduction spree

Lender’s intermediary division targets higher loan-to-value deals for first time buyers and those on Help to Buy.

Feb 27, 2015

Mortgage broker confidence rising again: Halifax

Increase largely due to increased business levels and the ease of providing advice following the MMR.

Feb 27, 2015

Property prices only £2k less than 2007 peak

Official data shows London leading annual property values, up 12 per cent year-on-year.

Feb 27, 2015

Coventry Building Society profits up more than half

Before tax profit was £201.8m, while in 2013 the profit figure before tax was £132.1m.

Feb 25, 2015

Northern Ireland bucks UK property market: CML

Lenders trade body explains affordability pressures persist in the capital, leading to more subdued activity in 2015.

Feb 25, 2015

House price optimism falls to 18-month low: Halifax

Lender says the dip in house price confidence mirrors worries over the economy in general.

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Recent Articles
  1. Skipton profits soar by 75% on back of mortgage growth
    From Your Industry| Feb 25, 2015

    Skipton profits soar by 75% on back of mortgage growth

    Building society’s net residential mortgage lending accounted for 5.3 per cent of the growth in the UK residential market.

  2. Leeds sees residential mortgage lending up by 26%
    From Your Industry| Feb 25, 2015

    Leeds sees residential mortgage lending up by 26%

    Net residential lending of £1.1bn represented the building society’s “best ever performance”.

  3. YBS sees net lending up 32% last year
    Feb 24, 2015

    YBS sees net lending up 32% last year

    Group’s chief executive apologises for earlier FCA fines.

  4. Residential transactions fall in January: HMRC
    Feb 24, 2015

    Residential transactions fall in January: HMRC

    Non-residential property deals also down since December, according to official figures.

  5. Further evidence of property price slowdown
    Feb 20, 2015

    Further evidence of property price slowdown

    L&G says housing crisis needs to remain firmly at the top of the political agenda in the run up to the general election.

  6. New mortgage deals drops significantly
    Mortgage Products| Feb 20, 2015

    New mortgage deals drops significantly

    Only five lenders cutting rates this week, compared to nine and 10 over the last fortnight.

  7. Property sales hit 7-year high: Lloyds
    Feb 20, 2015

    Property sales hit 7-year high: Lloyds

    Since the market reached the depth of its recession in 2009, there has been a considerable improvement in sales.

  8. Gross mortgage lending decreases last month: CML
    Feb 19, 2015

    Gross mortgage lending decreases last month: CML

    Gross mortgage lending remains on course to reach an expected £222bn this year.

  9. UK house prices up by nearly 10% in December: ONS
    Feb 18, 2015

    UK house prices up by nearly 10% in December: ONS

    Official figures show UK growth spurred on by a 13.3 per cent annual increase in London property prices.

  10. Onerous regulation creating ‘state run’ mortgage market
    Feb 17, 2015

    Onerous regulation creating ‘state run’ mortgage market

    Consumers excluded from mortgage market as unintended consequence of layered regulation, says industry body.

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