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14 September 2010
Despite the credit crunch, and the knocks to consumer confidence of the past few years, more people than ever before want to be home-owners in the long term. This is one of the many findings of a consumer opinion survey undertaken by YouGov for the Council of Mortgage Lenders.
13 September 2010
Demand for mortgages in July continued to be weak in what is traditionally a strong month.
25 August 2010
Home movers in Scotland in the second quarter of 2010 needed to use less of their income to cover their mortgage interest than anywhere else in the UK. The proportion fell to 9.3, the lowest share since 1996 anywhere in the UK.
19 August 2010
Gross mortgage lending totalled an estimated £13.6 billion in July, a 5% increase from £12.9 billion in June, according to new data from the Council of Mortgage Lenders.
12 August 2010
Arrears and repossessions fall again, and CML revises down 2010 forecast of number of cases in difficulty.
12 August 2010
Continued slow growth in the buy-to-let mortgage market in the second quarter of 2010, but marginally less slow than in previous recent quarters.
11 August 2010
48% of new borrowers took out a fixed rate mortgage in June, the highest proportion so far in 2010.
29 July 2010
Today's Bank of England lending data for June confirms that a quiet mortgage market is set to remain into the autumn.
20 July 2010
Gross mortgage lending in June was an estimated £13.1 billion, according to new data from the Council of Mortgage Lenders.
13 July 2010
In response to the FSA's consultation paper on responsible lending, the Council of Mortgage Lenders emphasises that the mortgage industry recognises the inevitability of regulatory change - but points out that there may also be unwelcome side effects for consumers from this process.