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Next year will see ‘sharpest rise in mortgage rates since 1990’ – Capital Economics

Capital Economics has forecast that house prices will fall five per cent overall by 2024, ...

  • Apr 28, 2022
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‘Trouble ahead’ as rent set to be cheaper than paying mortgage

Average monthly rent payments are expected to be cheaper than mortgage commitments later t...

  • Apr 05, 2022
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Scrap stamp duty for BTL to boost rental stock ‒ NRLA

Scrapping stamp duty on homes purchased for buy to let would boost the number of new priva...

  • Mar 15, 2022
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Top 10 most read broker stories this week – 18/02/22

The news that the wage rises seen across the UK are adding to an ongoing bidding war for q...

  • Feb 18, 2022
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Higher mortgage rates will leave homes ‘overvalued’ – Capital Economics

Mortgage rates will rise to an eight-year high by 2023 putting homes at risk of being over...

  • Feb 15, 2022
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Almost 230,000 rental homes needed annually to meet UK housing targets – Capital Economics

The UK will need nearly 230,000 new private rented homes a year to meet the government’s...

  • Feb 14, 2022
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Rising mortgage rates will cause house prices to cool in H2, Capital Economics predicts

Existing factors fuelling housing demand will sustain activity in the first half of 2022, ...

  • Jan 06, 2022
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Sooner-than-expected base rate hike will have minimal impact on mortgage costs

Economists have forecast that a rise in the Bank of England base rate will not put pressur...

  • Oct 01, 2021
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Top 10 most read broker stories this week – 17/09/2021

This week, comments around lender criteria returning to a new normal after the removal of ...

  • Sep 17, 2021
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Average mortgage rate to fall to 1.6 per cent by next year – Capital Economics

Average mortgage rates are set to keep falling fuelling the house price boom further, acco...

  • Sep 16, 2021
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