West Bromwich Building Society and Clydesdale and Yorkshire banks have launched new mortgage products.
West Bromwich Building Society is to refund more than 7,500 borrowers after charging them too much interest when they redeemed their mortgages.
Figures released earlier this week showed mortgage lending by banks had increased by 52% year-on-year.
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House prices rose for the seventh consecutive month north of the border by 0.7% in March, leaving the market just shy of its April 2008 peak.
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The chief executive of the Building Societies Association has warned the financial services sector must continue to include a diverse range of businesses.
Leeds Building Society has launched the first 10-year Help to Buy mortgage and expanded its range of products with an interest-free period.
The Bank of England has unveiled plans to stress test banks against a 35% fall in house prices, an eight-fold rise in interest rates and mass unemployment.
Banks and building societies are set to face new stress testing over the impact of a future house price crash when new rules are announced by the Bank of England tomorrow.
Easter marks the start of the home buying year. Whilst last year we spent Easter shivering under a dusting of snow, this year there are both literal and metaphorical green shoots.
Mortgage brokers have been told to take a fresh look at high LTV products on offer from building societies, following rate rises on major banks’ Help to Buy products.
Leeds Building Society has bolstered its intermediary mortgage team with the appointment of a new head of corporate accounts.
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