This Month's Top Articles
Mortgages news (page 10):
|Mortgage lenders 'still remain cautious' |
|20th August 2011|
|There is still a degree of caution in the mortgage market, as lenders reserve the best deals for consumers with the highest deposits.|
This is according to spokesman for PricedOut Matt Griffith, who explained that ...
|High LTV mortgages 'stifling' property market |
|11th August 2011|
|The amount of mortgages that require a large deposit are causing problems for the wider property market, one expert has said.|
Paul Hearnden, a director at MyMortgageDirect, explained that banks are offering high ...
|Isas could help with saving for a mortgage |
|9th August 2011|
|Using an Isa could be an effective means of helping to save for a mortgage, one expert has suggested.|
With interest rates so low at the moment, spokesperson for PricedOut Matt Griffith explained that people can no longer expect their ...
|Fixed-rate mortgages 'provide attractive options' |
|6th August 2011|
|Fixed-rate mortgage products are proving popular at the moment as people anticipate a rise in interest rates may be imminent.|
Chief operating officer at Alexander Hall Andy Pratt highlighted that many of the rates being offered by lende...
|Mortgage market 'expands' in past 3 months |
|19th July 2011|
|There has been considerable expansion in the mortgage market over the past three months, the latest Defaqto figures show.|
Between April 1st and the end of June, 8,968 mortgages were...
|Mortgage lending 'should have recovered' in May |
|7th June 2011|
|There should be more positive signs for the property market in May when compared to the lows seen in April, a mortgage expert has said.|
Ray Boulger, senior technical manager at John Charcol, explained that lending levels were largely we...
|Supermarkets expected to boost mortgage competition |
|1st June 2011|
|More supermarkets entering in the mortgage market is likely to lead to increased competition, one expert has predicted.|
Michelle Slade, spokeswoman for Moneyfacts.co.uk, suggested that anyone who enters the market often opens with the b...
|Mortgage customers aim for 17% deposit |
|21st May 2011|
|First-time buyers save an average of a 17 per cent deposit for a property before trying to secure a mortgage, the latest research shows.|
Santander found that one in five first-time buyers paid between six and ten per cent deposit on the...