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14 February 2017
New data from the Council of Mortgage Lenders released today reveals house purchase activity increased month-on-month and year-on-year but remortgage and buy-to-let levels decreased.
9 February 2017
The number of mortgage possessions declined in the fourth quarter of 2016, and was almost 25% lower over the year. Arrears cases were down 7% in 2016 as a whole.
7 February 2017
The CML welcomes publication of today's housing white paper, and looks forward to working with the government to help increase the availability of homes across tenures.
26 January 2017
Gross mortgage lending was £20.4 billion in December, bringing 2016's lending total to £246 billion. This is the highest annual gross lending figure since 2008.
17 January 2017
Our new data on the characteristics of UK mortgage lending in November, showing a slight rise in house purchase lending month-on-month and year-on-year.
5 January 2017
The CML welcomes today's affordable housing announcement, which could help provide a wider choice of tenure. But it urges the government to support schemes that lenders can engage with.
15 December 2016
The CML estimates £21 billion of gross lending took place in November, and forecasts gross lending of £248 billion next year.
14 December 2016
Our new data on the characteristics of UK mortgage lending in October, showing a drop in house purchase lending but growth in remortgage.
13 December 2016
Despite the importance of the private rented sector, there is little published data on private landlords. This new CML-commissioned LSE research fills the gap.
12 December 2016
The Council of Mortgage Lenders welcomes the constructive approach of the FCA in outlining the terms of reference of its market study on the mortgage sector.