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20 July 2017
Gross mortgage lending reached £22.1 billion in June. This is a 9% increase on May. Gross mortgage lending for the second quarter of this year reached £60.3 billion.
12 July 2017
May mortgage lending trends show month-on-month and year-on-year increases in house purchase, buy-to-let and remortgage activity.
30 June 2017
New research explores the phenomenon of "missing movers", and suggests that the reduction in the number of mortgaged home-owner house moves appears to be a structural shift.
27 June 2017
The CML has published a new research report: Digital Change and Mortgage Borrowers.
26 June 2017
New research undertaken for the CML in conjunction with the BSA says that it is vital to adopt a more joined up approach to delivering advice to older borrowers.
22 June 2017
Gross mortgage lending reached £20.1 billion in May according to the latest estimate from the CML, and we revise down our buy-to-let forecast for this year.
13 June 2017
New Council of Mortgage Lenders data released today reveals house purchase activity decreased in April month-on-month but increased year-on-year. Remortgage activity and buy-to-let declined month-on-month.
25 May 2017
Gross mortgage lending reached £18.4 billion in April. Down 11% on March's total but 4% higher than April last year.
24 May 2017
New CML data on the Welsh mortgage market released today reveals house purchase activity declined in the first quarter of the year but remortgage activity continued to grow.
24 May 2017
New data on the Northern Ireland mortgage market from the Council of Mortgage Lenders released today reveals house purchase and remortgage activity increased year-on-year in the first quarter.
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