This week’s mortgage deal round-up only finds new offers from three lenders.
Trade body welcomes positive sounds from FCA over home loans for elderly
Regulator plans to launch responsible lending review next month, with competition assessment following in the autumn.
Halifax and Lloyds both also cut homemover and first time buyer two-year fixed rates.
Advisers have generally reacted dismissively to people withdrawing from their pot to invest in property.
Regulator claims they fail to consider borrowers at all stages of the mortgage lending process.
Analysis & Opinion
Could longer mortgage term deals become the norm for the UK market? Laverne Hadaway investigates.
Radical pension reforms will be in place in two weeks’ time - and more options could lead to confusion.
A lot of people hibernated, for want of a better expression, during fallow periods, says Simplybiz chief executive.
What we have seen in this year’s Budget is an interesting new innovation.
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Mar 20, 2015
Lender launches 10-year fixed-rate at 2.89% for new customers at 60% LTV
Mar 20, 2015
Follows move to cut two-year fixes
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Estate agents point to the expensive “elephant in the room”.
Mar 18, 2015
Longer term deals initially available, with shorter durations available in coming weeks.
Mar 17, 2015
Service designed for those brokers that do not have the specific qualifications.
Mar 16, 2015
First-time buyers steadily would build up a share in their home through monthly payments equivalent to rent.
Mar 13, 2015
Both buy-to-let and first time buyers incentivised by new deals brought to market this week.
From Your Industry| Mar 13, 2015
‘Second line of defence’ and advice liabilities continue to feature in weekly news.
Mar 12, 2015
Mortgage club urges other lenders to follow suit.
Mar 11, 2015
Nationwide restricts market-leading rate to existing borrowers as part of its loyalty rate mortgage initiative.