Bank rate rise: duck for cover?
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The recent rise in the Bank of England?s base rate from 0.25% to 0.5% had been widely predicted. Some lenders had already raised their rates before the announcement, and others swiftly followed suit.
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.
Price Drop
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In addition to post-Brexit instability, inflated asking prices are causing the residential housing market to stall, with homeowners wrestling with the accompanying uncertainty.
Worth the risk?
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Published at the beginning of February, the long- awaited Housing white paper had the admirable purpose of 'fixing our broken housing market'. Whilst its aims are commendable, it carries a number of transactional risks which should be considered by all operating in the property sector.
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