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Regional markets to outpace London - Savills
(20/11 08:34 - Mortgage Finance Gazette)
Housing markets in the regions are set to overtake London as the impact of interest rate rises and increasing regulation bites, according to Savills. After a period of very strong recovery, affordability constraints and mortgage regulation are beginning...
RBS fined ?56million following IT failure which left millions without access to accounts
(20/11 08:26 - Daily Express)
GETTY Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has been fined ?56million The technical meltdown is believed to have affected over 6.5million RBS, NatWest and Ulster Bank customers in the UK, according to the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) whose fine made up the...
FCA and PRA fine RBS ?56m for IT failings
(20/11 08:09 - Citywire)
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has been fined a combined ?56 million for IT failings by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) in what is the two regulators'...
House price growth spreads with largest 20 UK cities all showing annual increases - but signs emerge prices may have peaked
(20/11 07:48 - Mail Online UK)
House prices have grown at more than five per cent annually in all 20 of the UK's largest cities for the first time in 10 years, although there are fresh signs of a slowdown in the market. Glasgow and Liverpool recorded the slowest house price growth...
House prices: Is now the time to buy that holiday home in Spain?
(20/11 05:12 - Telegraph)
Expats are taking advantage of high house prices in Britain and buying in southern Spain once again Sun-seeking Britons are buying up holiday homes in Spain as the Mediterranean country's property market - . According to new research sales have soared by...
Home loan rates set to drop more
(20/11 03:50 - City A.M.)
MORTGAGE rates are poised to break new records and edge even further down. HSBC recently made headlines by introducing a record low mortgage rate of 0.99 per cent, with economists from the bank predicting policy rates would stay at their all-time lows...
Regional house prices to outpace London
(20/11 03:36 - Introducer Today)
House price growth in the regions will easily outpace London over the next five years, according to the latest residential property report from Savills. While UK house prices will rise by another...
Strong demand for Leeds' contractor mortgages
(20/11 03:36 - Introducer Today)
Following yesterday's National Freelancers Day, which highlights the importance of self-employed workers to the UK economy, Leeds has reported growing interest in its new contractor range. It...
Mortgages for Business announces rebrand
(20/11 03:36 - Introducer Today)
Independent UK mortgage broker Mortgages for Business has announced the official launch of its new website and corporate identity. The new website offers improved navigation and functionality, and...
MPC minutes indicate rate rise may come earlier
(20/11 03:11 - Herald Scotland)
ECONOMISTS have forecast UK base rates could rise significantly earlier than markets had been expecting, after the revelation that there was a significant spread of views among the seven Monetary Policy Committee members voting to keep them on...
TMW adapts buy-to-let range
(20/11 01:43 - Mortgage Introducer)
This means the product range will now be tiered at 65%, 75% and 80% LTV. A new Lifetime Variable product will also be launched at 65% LTV, with a ?995 fee. At the same time, TMW is also...
Prospects of late rate rise hit by ‘hawkish’ minutes
(20/11 01:33 - The Scotsman)
Bank of England policymakers have dampened hopes rates won’t rise next year after minutes of their latest meeting revealed increasing concern about the potential for rising inflation. Members of the monetary policy committee (MPC) voted 7-2 to keep...
Equity release – the answer to older borrowers' mortgage woes?
(20/11 00:14 - Money Marketing Online)
| By The UK mortgage market has experienced a remarkable turnaround over the past 18 months, with gross lending forecasts for 2014 being revised upwards to more than ?200bn.  The equity release sector has experienced its own boom too; total lending in...
Mortgage view: Dominik Lipnicki – Bargain basement rates
(20/11 00:12 - Money Marketing Online)
20 November 2014 Lenders are trying to make up for the disruption caused by the MMR, slashing rates to meet yearly targets. This is good news for consumers if they pay attention to detail. Advisers must help clients see past the headline marketing and...

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