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Trackers and fixed rates near ‘bottom of the curve’ - MAB

Rates for two-year trackers, two-year fixed and three-year fixed loans in November were the cheapest since 2007 but may be nearing the bottom, according to the Mortgage Advice Bureau.

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Santander launches 10-year fixed rate

Santander has launched its lowest 10-year fixed rate mortgage product at 3.44% for properties at up to a 60% loan-to-value (LTV) with a £995 fee.

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Property earns more than people

The average UK house gained more in value than was paid out in average annual earnings over the last year.

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Early rising interest rates would be “huge risk”

The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) has warned an early increase in interest rates represents a “huge risk” to the UK economy.


Tyrie: The FCA must improve

Treasury Committee chairman Andrew Tyrie has said the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) must engage more with the regulated community and do more for consumers.

The Bank of England

Vast majority of borrowers could handle interest rate rise - BoE

If Bank Base Rate rose 2% today, the vast majority of mortgage borrowers would be able to accommodate the rise, according to a quarterly Bank of England household survey.


Londoners shrink property size to keep living costs down

London renters are only prepared to spend slightly more of their gross monthly salary on rent than the rest of the UK but will compromise on size to keep living costs down.


BoE and Treasury extend Funding for Lending scheme

The Bank of England (BoE) and HM Treasury have announced a one-year extension to the Funding for Lending Scheme (FLS), with small to medium-sized businesses to continue to be the primary beneficiaries.


Freezing out over 40s 'unjustified'

Freezing the over 40s out of the housing market is another example of unjustified age discrimination. according to Paul Green from Saga.


Regional housing growth to overtake London in 2015 - Halifax

Global economic worries could reduce demand and activity at the top end of the London market in 2015, leaving more concentrated house price growth in the regions next year, said the Halifax.


Second steppers targeting detached properties

Those living in their first home are increasingly looking to reduce the steps to their long-term family home and are targeting detached properties as their second home, according to Lloyds Bank.

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Lenders should prepare support for borrowers when rates rise - CML

The Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) has urged lenders to consider the effects of higher borrowing costs.

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Remove Stamp Duty for older people in mid-priced homes - MPs

Older people looking to ‘downsize’ should not have to pay stamp duty on the purchase of a moderately-priced home, a group of MPs has recommended.

Ed Miliband

Miliband savaged over Mansion Tax by Mylene Klass

Ed Miliband has come under attack for his party’s proposals for a Mansion Tax from an unexpected quarter.


Arrears and repossessions still falling

Mortgage arrears and repossessions continue to fall, according to Q3 data from the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML).

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