Yorkshire Building Society has launched a record low mortgage rate as competition increases but is it worth the high fees.
The cost of five year mortgages has reduced in the last year and now could be the time to fix this rate and inflation proof your budget.
Amounts of equity released from homes reached £1.24 billion in the second half of 2016 a record level of wealth that continues to growth.
After years of falling rates the 10-year fixed rate mortgage costs are beginning to rise according to research from Moneyfacts.
The Bank of England has reduced interest rates from 0.5% to 0.25% but will your mortgage benefit from the decrease?
The lowest ever ten year fixed rate mortgage deal at 2.39% is launched by the Coventry Building Society after EU referendum.
Uncertainty created with Brexit could see house prices fall by 5% and decreasing swap rates may produce better mortgage deals.
Lenders for the new London Help to Buy are offering mortgage rates as low as 1.55% to first time buyers and home movers.
The HSBC have returned with a five-year fixed rate mortgage of 1.99 per cent with a high fee, but should you commit to such a long term?
There were 310,000 first time buyers in 2015 according to the Halifax with an increase in the number taking 35 year mortgages.
The Halifax data shows house prices are up 1.4% on the quarter despite a fall last month and is expected to rise strongly.