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Mortgage Products| 11:43

Two-year fixes drop below 3% for first time

Falling rates due to speculation over interest rates and inflation.

08:34

Two thirds to benefit from stamp duty reform: Nationwide

Building society estimates average savings of around £1,600 for UK homebuyers.

Mar 30, 2015

First-time buyer fortunes improve in February

Demand is still vastly outweighing supply, and something needs to be done to aid this growing problem, trade body boss says.

From Regulation| Mar 27, 2015

FCA outlines 'second charge' mortgage approach

Regulator says vast majority of respondents were in favour of applying an interest rate stress tests to second charge mortgages.

From Your Industry| Mar 27, 2015

Adviser margins and UFPLS default: This week’s news

It has been a busy seven days, with the regulator publishing papers on an almost daily basis.

Mortgage Products| Mar 27, 2015

Rate cuts across high street lender two-year fixes

This week’s mortgage deal round-up only finds new offers from three lenders.

Analysis & Opinion
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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

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.

Recent Articles
  1. House prices keep on nudging 2007 peak: Land Registry
    Mar 27, 2015

    House prices keep on nudging 2007 peak: Land Registry

    Average property value in England and Wales now sits at £180,252.

  2. More evidence of cooling housing market: Nationwide
    Mar 27, 2015

    More evidence of cooling housing market: Nationwide

    Economist warns there has only been a modest pickup in house building after the sharp fall seen in the wake of the financial crisis.

  3. January house prices up year-on-year: ONS
    Mar 25, 2015

    January house prices up year-on-year: ONS

    More evidence has emerged that the housing market is slowing down following its rapid growth last year.

  4. Fall in yields could batter buy-to-let pensioners
    From Pensions| Mar 19, 2015

    Fall in yields could batter buy-to-let pensioners

    Advisers have generally reacted dismissively to people withdrawing from their pot to invest in property.

  5. Optimism reigns as mortgage lending hits two-year low
    Mar 19, 2015

    Optimism reigns as mortgage lending hits two-year low

    February figure of £13.4bn is the lowest monthly estimate for gross mortgage lending since April 2013.

  6. IHT to be hit in avoidance clamp down to raise £3.1bn
    Mar 18, 2015

    IHT to be hit in avoidance clamp down to raise £3.1bn

    Chancellor says new measures will be reported by the autumn after seeking a wide range of views.

  7. Buy-to-let bucks falling mortgage lending trend
    Mar 17, 2015

    Buy-to-let bucks falling mortgage lending trend

    Broker joins others in predicting a surge in buy-to-let purchases once pension freedoms come into force.

  8. Individual underwriting lack is biggest issue for customers
    Mar 17, 2015

    Individual underwriting lack is biggest issue for customers

    Mortgage advisers also cite issues in proving affordability as borrowers’ biggest obstacle in securing a deal.

  9. Retirees seek to use pension cash as buy-to-let deposit
    Mar 16, 2015

    Retirees seek to use pension cash as buy-to-let deposit

    Buy-to-let mortgage loan numbers were up by 23 per cent in 2014 compared to the previous year.

  10. Lenders cut rates across LTV ranges
    Mortgage Products| Mar 13, 2015

    Lenders cut rates across LTV ranges

    Both buy-to-let and first time buyers incentivised by new deals brought to market this week.

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