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16 May 2017

New build house prices fall 7% in England for the month

Prices of new build properties have reduced by -7% as price inflation has eased and housing market activity is subdued across the country.

15 May 2017

Equity release from property used for future retirement income

Housing wealth in England of £1.8 trillion can be accessed with equity release and used by an aging population to fund retirement.

09 May 2017

Mortgage rates reach new lows as availability to borrowers rises

The mortgage market has seen a rise in the number of products on offer giving homeowners more choice as rates reach new lows.

28 Apr 2017

UK house prices fall for second month and growth slowest in four years

Nationwide’s index has recorded the second monthly fall in house prices with homeowners feeling the pinch due to the economy.

21 Apr 2017

Record low 0.89% mortgage rate offered with high fees from lender

Yorkshire Building Society has launched a record low mortgage rate as competition increases but is it worth the high fees.

15 Apr 2017

Fix your mortgage for five years to beat rising inflation

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.

11 Apr 2017

London property prices fall with sharp slowdown over a year

Property price growth in London have reduced and is now 3.7% over the year in contrast to a rise in prices on average in the country.

11 Apr 2017

Strong home buying activity increases 6% by value in the last month

Home buyers start the year strongly with mortgage lending of £8.9 billion in February which is an increase of 7% over the month.

07 Apr 2017

Annual house price growth is lowest for four years, says Halifax

Growth in house prices is at the lowest rate since May 2013 and more than halving over the year with no growth in the last month.

27 Mar 2017

Equity release record levels as people unlock value from their homes

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.

27 Mar 2017

Bank of mum and dad key to help first time buyers on the property ladder

The number of first time buyers relying on the bank of mum and dad has reached a historic high and the trend is set to continue.

23 Mar 2017

Home ownership a thing of the past for one in four young Britons

A quarter of all young Britons are certain they will never own a home and half think it is as harder than ever to get on the property ladder.

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