This Month's Top Articles
Mortgages news (page 12):
|Mortgage market sees spike in long term house buying plans |
|18th September 2010|
|There has been an increase in the number of consumers looking to buy houses in the next ten years, suggests new research.|
People are more likely to include house buying in their long-term plans rather than in the short-term, found a recent report published by the Council of ...
|Mortgage lending to slow down before recovery, says expert|
|16th September 2010|
|Lending in the mortgage market is likely to slump before it picks up again, it has been predicted by an industry expert.|
Based on completion figures and early signals, Andy Pratt, chief operating officer at Alexander Hall, predicted tha...
|FMB: Not enough houses being built|
|11th September 2010|
|The number of houses being built in the UK is not even close to the real needs of the housing market, claimed an expert.|
Difficulty in securing mortgages, coupled with other factors such as proposed government budget cuts are likely to ...
|Base rate to remain low, says expert|
|8th September 2010|
|Mortgage borrowers could expect the base rate set by the bank of England to remain at 0.5 per cent for the rest of the year.|
The rate is unlikely to change from its historic low level, according to predictions made by Martin Bamford, ch...
|Will lack of adequate housing impact the mortgage market?|
|2nd September 2010|
|Mortgage applicants may find it increasingly difficult to buy the home of their dreams as the property market is hit by a shortfall in available housing options.|
The decline in supply is a matter of urgency and needs to be resolved soon...
|How sensible are fixed-rate mortgages?|
|26th August 2010|
|It may be a good idea for house-hunters to take out a fixed-rate mortgage while the base rate is still at its lowest, advised an industry expert.|
Paula John, editor of Your Mortgage...
|Low base rate is not the 'norm'|
|25th August 2010|
|Mortgage applicants have been warned against expecting the basic bank rate to remain at its current low level by an industry expert.|
There is a real "danger" of customers beginning to take for granted the 0.5 per cent basic ra...
|Mortgage lending is improving, says expert |
|24th August 2010|
|Terms and conditions offered by banks on mortgage deals have improved significantly, in the past few months, according to one industry expert.|
Stuart Law, chief executive officer of Assetz, said the maximum improvements were obvious on ...