You can find details of our latest research reports on this page.
We commission external research in areas of strategic or longer-term importance to our members.
External research can help to initiate policy debates, shape our future housing and mortgage markets and strengthen our links with key opinion-formers and industry stakeholders.
See also our Future research page for details of research that we are currently working on or planning for the near-term.
27 September 2017
A joint research report, published by UK Finance and the Banking and Payments Federation Ireland (BPFI).
30 June 2017
Exploring why turnover in the UK housing market has shrunk over the past 20-30 years, identifying the most important drivers of this lower turnover.
27 June 2017
A research report providing an industry-informed view of how mortgage customer expectations are developing, and how digital changes are improving experiences and further enhancing operational efficiencies.
26 June 2017
A research report designed to explore how the advice process could be strengthened for households wishing to borrow beyond their expected retirement age or post-retirement.
13 December 2016
A research report providing up-to-date information on the scale and profile of private landlords and how policy changes may affect their future plans.
16 November 2016
This research report sets out a framework for exploring how well the various government housing initiatives fit together, whether they form a coherent whole, and which households are helped, or not, by such products.
20 October 2016
A research report exploring the challenges facing younger households and the supportive role being played by government housing initiatives.
18 October 2016
Examining the challenges and opportunities from a mortgage lender's perspective, around the government's ambitious plans to support an additional 135,000 shared ownership homes.
3 December 2015
In this research report, the CML has produced a series of ‘calls to action’ for the mortgage industry, government and regulators, to deliver good outcomes for older borrowers.
1 November 2015
The report provides an overview of some of the key issues related to the current retirement borrowing landscape, and the challenges facing key stakeholders.