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Good news for homeowners as mortgage lenders cut rates

27 July 2021
A number of major lenders have cut some of their mortgage rates in recent weeks, meaning lower mortgage payments for many new and remortgaging homeowners. ... read more »

Mortgage approvals 'hit lowest level in at least 15 years'

25 July 2021
The number of mortgage approvals fell to their lowest number in at least 15 years in June, according to figures from the British Bankers' Association (BBA), The Telegraph reports.... read more »

Find out how debt consolidation could help you

18 July 2021
Debt consolidation replaces lots of different debts with just one. Read about how it could help you here.... read more »

Mortgage fees 'rise by almost 70% in three years'

27 June 2021
Homebuyers have seen the fees for arranging a mortgage rise by an average of nearly 70% in just three years, putting more financial pressure on first-time buyers and remortgaging homeowners, This is Money reports. ... read more »

What happens to your debt if you go to prison?

22 June 2021
How can you deal with your debt while you're in prison?... read more »

What is a debt consolidation mortgage?

18 June 2021
You could make your debts more manageable by consolidating them with your mortgage. ... read more »

What happens when my mortgage deal ends?

18 June 2021
When your mortgage deal ends you have a few options. ... read more »

90% mortgages 'getting cheaper'

18 May 2021
The average interest rate on a 90% LTV (loan-to-value) mortgage has been falling steadily over the last five years, research by Moneyfacts.co.uk shows - despite concerns about the problems they can cause homeowners. ... read more »

IVA: What will happen to my house?

18 May 2021
One of the benefits of an IVA if you're a homeowner is that you won't lose your home as long as you stick to your side of the agreement.... read more »

Can I get an IVA if I have a mortgage?

11 May 2021
Taking part in an IVA (Individual Voluntary Arrangement) could affect your chances of remortgaging.... read more »

Can I get a debt management plan with a mortgage?

30 April 2021
Will a debt management plan affect your mortgage? Click here to find out.... read more »

Mortgage fraud 'rises for fifth year in a row'

18 April 2021
Credit reference agency Experian has found that fraudulent mortgage applications have increased for the fifth consecutive year, Credit Today reports. ... read more »

More homeowners 'seeking advice on remortgages'

13 April 2021
Getting a remortgage can be a great opportunity to save money on your monthly payments - especially in the current climate of low interest rates. So it's perhaps no surprise that more and more people are seeking professional advice before they find a remortgage deal.... read more »

23% increase in first-time buyers in January 2021

14 March 2021
The number of first-time buyers and home movers increased by 23% in January 2021 compared with the same time last year, according to new data from the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML). ... read more »

Is now the time to review your mortgage?

7 March 2021
This week marks the third anniversary of the 0.5% base rate, yet new research from professional advice website unbiased.co.uk has revealed that 49% of all mortgage borrowers haven't reviewed their mortgage arrangements in the past three years.... read more »

Northern Ireland 'only area in UK to see mortgage rise'

29 February 2021
Northern Ireland was the only part of the UK to experience an increase in mortgage lending in the last three months of 2011, according to the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) in Northern Ireland.... read more »

Mortgages down; remortgages up

24 February 2021
Last year, mortgage lending for house purchases fell by 6%, according to the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML), but the amount of money lent out for remortgages shot up by a full 17%.... read more »

IVA remortgage for equity release: how does it work?

13 January 2021
Homeowners on an IVA are often expected to release equity as part of the agreement. But what if you're struggling to remortgage? ... read more »

Low-deposit mortgages 'will be harder to get'

6 January 2021
Lenders are likely to offer a wider range of mortgage deals for homebuyers with low deposits this year, according to the Bank of England - but it predicts they will become harder to get overall. ... read more »

Mortgage lending 'down in September'

11 November 2011
Both mortgages for new house purchase and remortgages fell slightly in September, according to the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML).... read more »


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