The Labour Party has unveiled proposals to help smaller house builders get access to finance to tackle the housing shortage crisis.
The Council of Mortgage Lenders has revised its mortgage lending predictions upwards for the year following a strong start to 2014.
Wealthy expat mortgage customers are catching the eye of building societies chasing high profit margins in an underserved corner of the market since the financial crisis.
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The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has published a warning over the conduct of a London-based broker firm.
The number of mortgage approvals grew during June, Bank of England data has shown.
Coventry Intermediaries has relaunched its buy-to-let range including two and five year fixed rates and flex for term options.
Homeowners are starting to feel the effects of tougher lending rules put in place to protect borrowers from taking on large debts which may become unaffordable in the future.
More than a quarter of working 20- to 34-year-olds still live with their parents, with many unable to afford to buy or rent a place of their own.
Bank of England governor Mark Carney has said the Lloyds staff involved in the fee scam to defraud taxpayers revealed yesterday could be guilty of ‘criminal conduct'.
Twelve directors of One Savings Bank were handed £34m by the lender's June float thanks to a lucrative private equity award scheme.
Bob Young, managing director of Capital Home Loans (CHL), has announced his resignation from the firm along with four other members of the management team.
Lloyds Banking Group has been fined £218m by UK and US authorities for failings including manipulating fees for a taxpayer-backed scheme designed to support the UK’s banks during the financial crisis.
Leeds Building Society has refreshed its buy-to-let product range with rates starting at 2.65% fixed for two years up to 60% loan-to-value (LTV) with a £1,999 fee.
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