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Damaging politics, new build lending and the future of Help to Buy – The British New Homes Senate

Political instability in the UK is deeply hurting the national housing market and undermin...

  • Oct 16, 2017
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Help to Buy: Mortgage Guarantee ‘will not be missed’ – Tyrie

Chair of the Treasury Committee Andrew Tyrie has welcomed the closure of the Help to Buy: ...

  • Sep 30, 2016
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Legal and General urges govt to act on housing crisis after damning review

Provider Legal and General (L&G) has urged the new government to “make a break from ...

  • Aug 01, 2016
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Static housing growth spurs call for empty home revival

England’s stock of housing grew by less than 1% year-on-year in March, prompting calls f...

  • May 03, 2016
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Santander signs up to London Help to Buy

Santander has begun lending through the government's London Help to Buy scheme, with deals...

  • Mar 04, 2016
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Rents already rising due to buy-to-let policies – Star Letter 05/02/2016

Each week Mortgage Solutions rounds up the most opinionated and thoughtful comments of the...

  • Feb 05, 2016
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9,000 fast-tracked homes at risk of flooding

Nearly half of the areas earmarked by a flagship government scheme for fast-tracked housin...

  • Dec 10, 2015
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Over 130,000 homes bought using Help to Buy schemes

Over 130,000 homes have been bought using the Help to Buy: Equity loan and Mortgage Guaran...

  • Dec 09, 2015
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New home planning permissions pass 200,000 mark

House building permissions have risen to pass 200,000 units a year for the first time sinc...

  • Jul 28, 2015
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Help to Buy props up 131 homebuyers each day

Government figures suggest Help to Buy schemes have created 131 new homeowners every day s...

  • Jun 18, 2015
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