Moneyfacts data shows that 95% LTV mortgage rates have started to creep up over the past couple of months, with two and five-year fixed rates reducing in every LTV tier except for 95% in August.

Further research found that the total number of products at 95% LTV fell from 391 deals in August to ...

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The analysis from Moneyfacts shows that, despite interest rate swaps at 2 and 5 years increasing since October, fixed rates have not yet followed suit.

Instead, the average 2-year fixed rate has remained relatively static, falling by 0.01% to 2.44% over the past month, while the average 3 and 5-...

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Mortgage market indicators point to continued stability in the market, according to the latest Money and Credit statistics from the Bank of England.

Its data shows that net mortgage borrowing by households was little changed at £3.8 billion in September, leaving the annual growth rate unchanged ...

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The Mortgage Bureau sponsored the match ball for the UK Premier League match between Norwich City and Manchester United. The game was held on Sunday, October 27, 2019, with kick-off at 4:30 pm. There was much interest in the game in view of the stunning victory of Norwich City over Manchester Cit...

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Pepper Money’s Adverse Credit Study of 4,163 people in the UK, 15% had experienced credit problems, including missed payments, CCJs, defaults and arrears, in the last three years.

Of those, 16% said they were planning to purchase a property in the next year, suggesting around 1.26 million people...

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Advisers are seeing a surge in over-55s looking to help children and grandchildren onto the property ladder.

The research from Key shows that retired homeowners are increasingly considering cashing in buy-to-lets, acting as guarantors as well as remortgaging or taking out new mortgages (includin...

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UK Finance data has revealed that the number of first-time buyer mortgage completions grew by 5.8% to 32,640 in July, compared to the same month in 2018.

In remortgages, the number of completions dipped compared to July 2018. The count of remortgages with new borrowing fell 7.1% to 20,760 and re...

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Two and five-year fixed rates fell further over the last month in every LTV tier except for 95%, according to the latest figures from Moneyfacts.

Darren Cook, finance expert at Moneyfacts, said: On 25 September 2017, the average two-year fixed rate reached its record low of 2.17%, which is 0.27%...

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A recent Buy-to-Let Conference by UK Finance discussed the effects that the tax and regulatory changes in the last three years has had on the buy-to-let sector, and the direction that the market has been heading in the last 18 months.

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The most pronounced effect that these changes...

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