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Average two-year fixed rate hits highest level for 15 years

The average two-year fixed residential mortgage rate has reached 6.66 per cent which is th...

  • Jul 11, 2023
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Brokers call for further FTB support as Help To Buy deadline hits – analysis

Brokers have said the first-time buyer market has been “dwindling” since the Help to B...

  • Mar 31, 2023
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Public’s trust in Martin Lewis ‘an opportunity’ for advisers ‒ analysis

The financial services industry is responsible for the lack of trust it enjoys from client...

  • Mar 31, 2023
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A quarter in and 2023 ‘better than expected’, but brokers still wary ‒ analysis

The year has been stronger than expected so far for the mortgage market, brokers have sugg...

  • Mar 24, 2023
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Deja vu for brokers over FCA’s mortgage lender intervention ‒ analysis

Brokers have suggested that the FCA’s directions for lenders over how to help struggling...

  • Mar 14, 2023
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Four-day week ‘would not work for mortgage market’ ‒ analysis

A four-day working week is a good idea in theory, but not really compatible with the workl...

  • Mar 02, 2023
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Mortgage approvals drop to lowest level in over a decade – BoE

Mortgage approvals for both house purchase and remortgage fell to their lowest levels in o...

  • Mar 01, 2023
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LTI ratio tweaks will become ‘common’ as lenders battle for business – analysis

Brokers have said that more lenders will likely increase their loan to income (LTI) multip...

  • Feb 27, 2023
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Rate switch cancellation will become more ‘common’ increasing broker and lender workloads ‒ analysis

Rate switch cancellations will become more and more common over the coming weeks as mortga...

  • Feb 24, 2023
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SLS In Focus – Second charge interest will continue to grow over next three to four years

Specialist Lending Solutions “In Focus” series deep dives into different areas of the ...

  • Jan 12, 2023
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