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London is Not the Least Affordable City for First-Time Buyers

While not everyone lives in a city, hundreds of thousands do. Many of those rent, owing to the high property prices that make buying a city-based property a real challenge – especially for first-time buyers.

However, recent research conducted by Post Office Money has revealed some cities are more affordable than others. The data shows […]

By |August 14th, 2017|Miscellaneous|0 Comments

Can Mortgage Holders Withstand Rises in Interest Rates?

With incredibly low interest rates in place for a prolonged period now, some have raised concerns about the chances of a rise happening soon. More specifically, there has been some concern about the potential for borrowers to experience trouble in meeting their mortgage payments should an increase occur.

However, recent data from trade body UK […]

By |August 4th, 2017|Miscellaneous|0 Comments

Loyalty to a Mortgage Provider Could Cost Customers £400 a Year

Many people shop around before choosing a fixed-rate mortgage for two, three, five, or even 10 years. Yet recent research has revealed those who do not bother to find another fixed-rate deal or mortgage provider when the term ends could be paying £400 or more extra per year.

Citizens Advice conducted research has revealed around […]

By |August 2nd, 2017|Miscellaneous|0 Comments

Beware the Dangers of the 35-Year Mortgage

Think of mortgage terms and the average 25-year mortgage will probably come to mind. But things could be changing – and mortgage experts are warning the changes may not be good in the long term.

The housing market has seen numerous changes recently. Stricter affordability rules have made it harder for many buyers to get […]

Are House Prices About to Crash?

Anyone reading the news recently will have noticed an increase in reports warning of the potential for house prices to crash soon. Halifax has revealed house prices fell by 1% across the UK last month. The quarterly figure has also dropped again – marking three consecutive periods this has occurred. The drop of 0.1% […]