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13 Aug 2018

Interest rate rise likely to increase mortgage costs for homeowners

The Bank of England has raised interest rates by 0.75% which increases the cost to homeowners with variable rate mortgages.

23 Jul 2018

Fee free mortgage numbers from lenders reach new highs

Residential mortgage numbers have reached a new high and of these 40% are offered without arrangement fees from lenders.

14 Jun 2018

Remortgage buyers return by locking into attractive fixed-rate deals

The number of people remortgaging has increased by 36% for the year as homeowners lock into new competitive deals.

23 May 2018

Remortgaging rises as Londoners benefit from low rates to find best deals

The competitive marketplace and low interest rates is helping remortgage buyers in London find the best deals to keep repayment costs down.

19 May 2018

Popularity of flats increase prices by £75,000 over the last five years

The average price for a flat has increased by £75,074 in just five years and rising faster than any other property type in the country.

14 Mar 2018

Remortgage buyers at nine year high as borrowers lock into attractive deals

Homeowners remortgaging has reached the highest number since 2008 as they securing mortgage deals before a rise in interest rates.

21 Feb 2018

London remortgage buyers at eight year high as mortgages rates fall

The number of remortgage buyers in the capital has reached an eight year high in 2017 driven by competitive mortgage rates.

12 Dec 2017

Remortgage buyers at record levels helped by low rates for loans

The number of remortgage buyers and value of borrowing have reached record levels helped by record low interest rates.

23 Oct 2017

First time buyers face higher costs with mortgage rate rise expected

The cost of a fixed rate mortgage has increased for first time buyers and the Bank of England is expected to raise base rates next month.

12 Oct 2017

Borrowing by home movers increases 20% by value in the last year

Homeowners showed resilience with borrowings from home movers rising to £8.4 billion up 20% compared to August last year.

12 Sep 2017

Remortgage buyer activity soars as mortgage rates reach all time low

The number of remortgage buyers surge 12% taking advantage of record low mortgage rates to reduce the cost of repayments.

25 May 2017

Home buyers in London down 18% compared to a year ago

For the second quarter in a row the number of home buyers are lower in London due to restricted supply and affordability.

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