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Nationwide chief executive to retire next year
(22/05 08:27 - Telegraph)
Graham Beale will retire as chief executive next year   Photo: Glyn Thomas Photography / Alamy Nationwide, Britain's biggest building society, has said that its chief executive will retire next April after nine years at the helm. Graham...
Best fixed mortgage hits all-time low of 1.07pc
(22/05 08:18 - Telegraph)
While some fixed mortgage rates are still falling, others are starting to move back up.   Photo: PA The battle between mortgage lenders intensified today with the launch of the lowest ever two-year fixed rate deal. The 1.07pc rate, offered...
Two-year fixed-rate mortgages race towards 1% as Yorkshire Building Society once again launches best buy deal
(22/05 08:15 - This is Money)
By Lee Boyce for Published: View comments Yorkshire Building Society has this morning launched the lowest ever two-year fixed mortgage which comes with a rate of 1.07 per cent. The...
Monthly rents rise at fastest rate for five years to hit record high as charity warns home ownership among young will slide further
(22/05 08:15 - This is Money)
By Lee Boyce for Published: View comments Rents across England and Wales have hit a new all-time high of ?774 a month according to the latest buy-to-let index from estate agents...
Homeowners waiting up to 28 years between house moves as housing shortage pushes prices up
(22/05 07:25 - Mail Online UK)
Liverpool homeowners have highest period between moves at 28 years Belfast has lowest period of time between moves at 12 years Only 35% of all homes sold last year by buyers with existing mortgages Property prices in UK increased by 9.6% in year to...
The cheapest city homes in Britain where the average house price is ?110,600
(22/05 05:32 - Telegraph)
The cheapest city homes in the country are in Liverpool - according to the Hometrack report.   Photo: Richard Rayner / NNP Liverpool has the cheapest homes of any of the UK's major cities according to the latest Hometrack study. Residents...
Lending slows but boom is on the way
(22/05 05:18 - Introducer Today)
Mortgage experts have shrugged off April's lending slowdown and predict a boom in the second half of the year. Even new figures showing a surge in house building will do little to reverse the...
Lenders in new battle over home loans
(22/05 00:45 - Herald Scotland)
The battle between mortgage lenders to offer ultra-low rates has intensified, with the launch of a two-year fixed-deal with the lowest rate that experts have ever seen. The new deal from Yorkshire Building Society has a rate of 1.07per cent and comes...
Anne Ashworth: Vroom, vroom: the market is motoring
(22/05 00:20 -
Just when you thought that designers of luxury homes had nowhere else to go, every whim of the wealthy homeowner having been satisfied, a new trend has emerged. It is no longer enough to park your car in the garage. Instead this vehicle must be treated...
Housing crisis will halve number of young homeowners in five years
(22/05 00:10 -
The number of young adults able to buy homes could fall nearly 50% within five years unless the government addresses the housing shortage, a report has claimed. Over the past decade, home ownership among 25 to 34-year-olds has dropped by a third, from...
Drastic action needed
(22/05 00:04 - InsideHousing)
The broadsheet post-mortems will continue. However, my immediate suspicion is that – in the end – housing policy exerted surprisingly little influence over the outcome of the general election, as economic credibility and nationalistic divides played...

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