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11 Mar 2019

Mortgage rates reduce by half since financial crisis

The cost of borrowing has reduced by half in the last decade with competition encouraging more on the housing ladder.

27 Feb 2019

London remortgage buyers reach the highest level for a decade

With low interest rates from lenders remortgage buyers in London are locking competitive deals to reduce monthly repayment costs.

23 Feb 2019

First time buyers are majority of purchases and highest since 1995

Numbers of first time buyers have reached 372,000 accounting for the majority of home purchases since 1995, says Halifax.

01 Feb 2019

Older homeowners have more choice as lenders relax mortgage age limits

The number of residential mortgages for older homeowners has increased as lenders relax maximum ages to 80 years and over.

28 Jan 2019

Lloyds Bank launches 100% mortgage for first time buyers

First time buyers can have a 100% mortgage from Lloyds Bank but requires parents to make a 10% savings account deposit.

02 Jan 2019

First time buyer numbers reach the highest levels in over a decade

The number of first time buyers taking the first steps on the property ladder are half of all mortgaged purchases in 2018.

26 Dec 2018

Londoners buy £30 billion worth of property outside the capital

Homeowners leaving London bought property outside of the capital worth £30 billion, the highest level since 2007.

12 Dec 2018

Homeowner remortgaging reaches highest level in a decade

Remortgaging has reached its highest level for a decade as homeowners lock into attractive deals ahead of Brexit uncertainty.

10 Dec 2018

First time buyer mortgage rates reach record lows

Mortgage rates for first time buyers with small deposits have reached a record low despite rise in base interest rates.

30 Nov 2018

Mortgage deal from Darlington offers six times your salary

Darlington Building Society is offering a new mortgage deal with six times your annual salary if you work in the right industry.

21 Nov 2018

First time buyer mortgages in London at three year high

Mortgages completed by first time buyers in London during the third quarter reached the highest level in three years.

29 Oct 2018

Homeowners need £40k extra to live in English market towns

Living in a picturesque English market town costs homeowners £41,633 extra with the most expensive within the London commuter belt.

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