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BoE economist: Rates could stay lower without causing inflation spike

The Bank of England's chief economist has suggested interest rates could remain low for a protracted period without causing inflation to spike.


Cost of fixed rate mortgages to fall further

The collapse in gilt yields should lead to a fall in the cost of fixed rate mortgages, according to Ray Boulger of mortgage adviser John Charcol.


UKAR sells £2.7bn of 'bad bank' mortgages to JP Morgan

UK Asset Resolution (UKAR) has sold £2.7bn worth of mortgages to JP Morgan-led consortium Commercial First.

Full-time IT positions down by nearly 10 per cent at London boroughs since 2012

London house prices up almost 20% in a year

House prices in the UK are up 11.7% in the year to August 2014 with London prices surging almost 20% in the past year, according to the latest official figures.

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BoE launches consultation papers to stave off bank failures

The Bank of England published four papers today in a bid to stave off future bank bail-outs of large deposit-taking institutions or insurers in the manner of Northern Rock or HBOS during the credit crunch.

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Santander to launch deals for existing customers

Santander is set to launch a product range aimed at supporting existing mortgage customers available both through intermediaries and direct up to 80% loan-to-value (LTV) from tomorrow.


Carney hints at rate rise - again

Bank of England governor Mark Carney has once again suggested that interest rates could increase sooner rather than later.

Head in sand

Half of homeowners don't know mortgage interest rate

Many mortgage holders are unaware of the current interest rate on their loan and how a rise in the Bank of England Base Rate would affect their monthly payment, a survey from the Principality revealed.


August remortgage lending down but borrowers release more cash from homes

The average cash sum released by remortgagors from the equity in their homes rose sharply by 9% in August to £20,219 per household.


UK flat prices rise by 30% over a decade

Flats in the UK have risen more than 30% in the last ten years from £157,000 in 2004 to an average of £208,000 today, research from Halifax has shown.


Nationwide undercuts rivals with price promise initiative

Nationwide has launched a price promise initiative in order to prevent existing customers remortgaging to another, cheaper lender.

Rainy shopping

One-in-three Brits still feels the financial pinch

Despite the recovering economy 37% of Brits feel that their finances have worsened in the past year.


New regulations penalise parents, brokers warn

Borrowers with dependents and those on low incomes have been the most affected by the Mortgage Market Review (MMR) rules, a survey of lenders and brokers has revealed.

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Carney hints at spring 2015 rate rise

Bank of England governor Mark Carney has hinted interest rates could rise in the spring of next year as the UK economy continues to recover from one of the worst downturns it has ever faced.

Boxing gloves

Nationwide, Skipton and Coventry enter two-year fix price war

Mutuals Nationwide, Skipton and Coventry are slashing rates in what looks set to be a seasonal price-war.

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