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What happens when my mortgage deal ends?

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

Could a lifetime tracker mortgage save you money?

17 February 2021
When it comes to choosing a new mortgage deal, the choice between a tracker or a fixed-rate mortgage can be a difficult one. On the one hand, tracker mortgages tend to be the cheapest option at any given time, but the mortgage payments can increase; fixed-rate mortgage payments can't change, but they tend to be a bit more expensive to begin with. So which do you choose?... read more »

Five-year fixed-rate mortgage rates getting lower

3 February 2021
If you're considering buying or moving home, and you're looking to stay put for the next five years, a five-year fixed-rate mortgage deal could be an ideal option. ... read more »

Range of mortgages available 'up 96% in a year'

28 October 2011
Today's homebuyers have almost double the number of mortgage deals to choose from than just one year ago, according to research by Mortgage Brain.... read more »

Base rate on hold: could loan rates benefit?

11 August 2011
Following the Bank of England's latest inflation report, it is widely believed that the UK base rate could be held at 0.5% until 2013 - potentially good news for borrowers.... read more »

YBS cuts best five-year fixed-rate mortgage rate to 3.49%

22 July 2011
Yorkshire Building Society (YBS) has cut the interest rate on its best five-year fixed-rate mortgage deal to just 3.49% - a sign that competition between lenders could be intensifying.... read more »

Mortgage borrowers facing difficult decisions

8 July 2011
The Bank of England's decision to keep the base rate at 0.5% for yet another month will add to the "quandary" faced by many mortgage borrowers: to fix or not to fix?... read more »

Little change in the price of five-year fixed-rate mortgages

9 May 2011
According to mortgage broker John Charcol, the rates charged on five-year fixed-rate mortgages haven`t changed much recently, even though it doesn`t look like we should expect a base rate rise in the near future. The Independent provides some information.... read more »

Remortgage - now, later or never?

17 March 2009
If you`re watching the base rate fall and wondering whether you should remortgage, read on.... read more »

Price of fixed-rate mortgages drops

27 January 2009
Various mortgage providers have recently reduced the cost of their fixed-rate mortgages.... read more »

How cheap could my mortgage become?

26 January 2009
With the base rate recently falling for the seventh consecutive time - and the fourth time in as many months - there is inevitably speculation as to just how low mortgage rates could fall. While at the height of the market the best mortgage rates on offer stood at around 6% to 7%, some mortgage lenders are now offering rates of closer to 4% or 5%.... read more »

'Era of interest-free mortgages' could be ahead

13 January 2009
After dropping for four consecutive months, the falling base rate may usher in an 'era of interest-free mortgages', The Telegraph reports.... read more »

Tracker mortgage consumers `to save 9bn over next year`

28 December 2008
People with tracker mortgages will be better off by a combined total of 9 billion by next Christmas as a result of the recent falls in interest rates, new figures suggest.... read more »

Mortgage figures from the Council of Mortgage Lenders

18 December 2008
In yesterday's issue of its 'news & views' newsletter, the Council of Mortgage Lenders provides an informative summary of today's mortgage market.... read more »

Tracker mortgage holders '9bn better off next year'

15 December 2008
New research has suggested that homeowners with tracker mortgages could collectively be up to 9 billion better off by next Christmas.... read more »

1.99% mortgages on offer

4 December 2008
Mortgage providers are offering some people fixed-rate mortgages with exceptionally low rates - as low as 1.99%.... read more »

1% base rate cut most likely

3 December 2008
When the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) announces its base rate decision tomorrow, anyone looking for a loan or mortgage will probably be watching.... read more »

Tracker mortgages 'more expensive despite base rate cut'

20 October 2008
The Bank of England's base rate cuts have been negated by rapid rises in the price of tracker mortgages over the past year, research shows.... read more »

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