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14 Aug 2020

Homeowners benefit with lower rates from HSBC mortgage deals

HSBC has cut rates to 1.14% on higher loan to values benefiting existing homeowners looking to move or remortgage.

18 Jun 2020

Nationwide triples deposits by withdrawing mortgage deals

With an uncertain mortgage market Nationwide has removed their high loan to value mortgage deals for new buyers, tripling deposits.

15 May 2020

Fixed rate mortgages fall to record lows with fewer products

Two and five year fixed mortgage rates have reduced to historic lows giving you the chance to save money by switching to a preferential rate.

14 Apr 2020

Mortgage payment holidays given to 1.2 million homeowners

Lenders have agreed to give 1.2 million homeowners impacted by the Coronavirus crisis a mortgage payment holiday.

01 Apr 2020

Fixed rate mortgage costs are lower as lenders withdraw products

The cost of fixed rate mortgages for borrowers has reduced but Coronavirus fears have seen lenders withdraw many products.

20 Mar 2020

Buy-to-let landlords offered mortgage holidays if rent not paid by tenants

The Chancellor has extended the three-month mortgage holiday to buy-to-let landlords if tenants cannot pay rent due to Coronavirus.

24 Feb 2020

Retirement interest only mortgages offer more choice to homeowners

Homeowners have access to double the number of retirement interest only mortgages as more providers offer products.

03 Feb 2020

Buy-to-let investors benefit from lower fixed mortgage rates

Fixed rate mortgage rates are reducing and set to fall further to the benefit of buy-to-let investors with more competition in 2020.

15 Jan 2020

Mortgages for new purchases fell before the general election

Home buyers delayed making new purchases due to uncertainty of the general election result with 10% fewer mortgage loans agreed.

17 Dec 2019

First time buyer and home mover mortgage demand higher

The number of mortgages for new purchases to first time buyers and home movers is higher with increased borrowing values.

19 Nov 2019

Homeowners unlock extra capital when remortgaging their home

Nearly half of remortgage buyers are taking advantage of low interest rates by raising extra capital from their property.

04 Nov 2019

Mortgage rates are competitive as savers struggle for interest

Mortgage buyers continue to benefit from very low interest rates while savers are facing difficulty in finding a good level of interest.

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