Just under half of Britons who were asked about their feelings towards the building of large scale housing programmes said they would oppose plans in their immediate neighbourhood.
Accord becomes the latest large lender to cap large loans following June's Financial Stability Report in which Mark Carney announced a cap on high loan to income lending (LTI).
First-time buyers will suffer if smaller lenders are not given greater freedom to lend above four-and-a-half times borrowers' income, warned the Building Societies Association (BSA).
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The Building Societies Association (BSA) wants a ‘sunset clause' to be added to the loan-to-income (LTI) cap due to concerns over the long-term effects it may have on the housing market.
With the recent anniversary of the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand in 1914 which led to the First World War, you can’t help but reflect about how things have changed over the last 100 years.
The BSA has appointed soon-to-be ex-journalist Robert Thickett and Sarah Wilde as mortgage policy advisers, reporting to head of mortgage policy Paul Broadhead.
The amount of people who believe now is a good time to buy a property is at its lowest level since June 2008, data released by the Building Societies Association has shown.
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Almost 35 years ago there was a day (1 December 1979, to be precise) when mortgage interest rates rose from 11.75% to 15% in one go. This is a lifetime ago for many (I was four), but does serve to illustrate just how much the interest rate situation has changed.
Group chief executive of Skipton Building Society David Cutter has been elected as chairman of the the Building Societies Association for a second year.
The chief executive of the Building Societies Association has warned the financial services sector must continue to include a diverse range of businesses.
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