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11
SEP
2015

Mortgage News & Information – September 2015

Published and distributed my regular mortgage newsletter today. This issue’s focus is on interest-only mortgages and home insurance savings, as well as market updates. If you did not receive a copy, it can be viewed online by clicking here . You can also subscribe for...
09
SEP
2015

Home Insurance

  Until recently I have not been in a position to recommend buildings and contents insurance to my clients. This is because the complexities of the policies in the market make it difficult to carry out an accurate comparison across products. However, the arrival of a new...
05
SEP
2015

The rush to remortgage

What does this show? The chart shows the latest data up to July from the British Bankers’ Association on lending for house purchases, remortgaging and other secured lending. It reinforces the picture of a strongly rising mortgage market, with particularly lively activity in the...
05
SEP
2015

Nearly one million ‘face difficulties’ with interest-only mortgages

Nearly a million homeowners have no way of paying off their mortgages because they opted for interest-only loans, according to Citizens Advice. Read more..
04
SEP
2015

1m have ‘no plan’ for repaying interest-only mortgages

Around a million people could have their homes repossessed because they have no way of paying off their interest-only mortgages, Citizens Advice has warned. Read more..
01
SEP
2015

Re-mortgages reach record high

The average re-mortgage loan has reached a new high as homeowners cash in on rising property values, according to the National Mortgage Index from Mortgage Advice Bureau. Read more
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