Higher rates on the horizon
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In its eagerly anticipated decision on interest rates, the Bank of England's rate-setting monetary policy committee (MPC) unanimously voted to leave rates at 0.5%.
Buy-to-let considerations
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In an attempt to help first time buyers and boost home ownership, numerous policy changes since 2015 have made it clear that the government is targeting the buy-to-let market and the purchase of second homes.
A valuable lesson
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Recent data from the Bank of England's Credit Conditions Review on Q4 of 2016 noted a return to "greater credit availability for borrowers with LTV ratios above 75%."
Searching for a release
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The UK's ageing population is increasingly turning to equity release mortgages to help ease its financial pressures.
House prices defy expectation
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After the initial shock of the Brexit result in June, there is a growing consensus amongst surveyors and estate agents that the housing market is recovering. The Royal Institute of Chartered Accountants (RICS) reported that 12% more of its members had noted house prices rising rather than falling in August, up from 5% in July.
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