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L&G mortgage complaints up 900%

Banks account for the lions share of consumer mortgage complaints in H1, with Bank of Scotland, Santander, and Barclays topping the table, but Legal & General (L&G) saw a big spike in complaints serious enough to end up with the Ombudsman.

The Bank of England

Purchase approvals take slight knock in July

Mortgage approvals for house purchases took a slight dip in July compared to the previous six month average, lending statistics from the Bank of England have revealed.


East London property values rocket 800%

The total value of East London property has grown by more than 800% since 1987, outrunning any other area in the capital, including the upmarket West End borough of Kensington & Chelsea.


Mortgage advisers expect 25% leap in remortgaging

Mortgage brokers expect to see a large increase in remortgage business when the Bank of England chooses to increase the Bank Base Rate.

Audit Barriers

Trade body raises product switching concerns

The Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) is concerned that the Mortgage Market Review (MMR) has created an unnecessary barrier for homeowners wishing to switch their mortgage to a cheaper rate.

Running Toward Finish Line

Homeowners spurred to remortgage ahead of Base Rate rise

Homeowners rushed to secure a new deal on their mortgage ahead of a Bank Base Rate rise, as figures revealed a 7% uplift in remortgage loans in July.


Top state schools add 8% premium to house prices

Parents are paying £21,000 more to buy a home near a top state school in England where prices have now reached an average of £268,000.


Edinburgh least affordable British city for next-time buyers

The average price difference between a flat and a first house is 125% in Edinburgh, making it one of the hardest places to scale the property ladder in the UK.

The Bank of England

MPC minutes reveal two members voted for August rate hike

Two members of the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee voted for a 25bps rate hike this month, latest minutes show - the first call for a hike in over three years.

Graphic showing rise in money

Southern mortgage borrowers fear interest rate rise the most

Southern homeowners are more worried about an incoming rate rise and its effect on mortgage payments than borrowers in the North East, Wales or Scotland, said a survey.

Judge's gavel

Bank of Scotland held struggling mortgage customers 'in fear' - judge

Bank of Scotland has been unfairly double billing customers who fell behind on their mortgages, a High Court judge in Belfast has ruled.


July gross lending up 15% year-on-year

Gross mortgage lending in July rose to its highest monthly level since August 2008 as loans advanced reached £19.1bn.


Repossession figures spark fears over effects of rate rise

In the first half of the year 11,800 people had their homes repossessed in an environment of historically low interest rates, rising employment and increased bank forbearance.

Mark Carney

Bank of England warns of second slowdown in mortgage approvals

The mortgage market could be facing a second slowdown as borrowers constrained by affordability measures enforced by the Mortgage Market Review (MMR) take time out to rethink their property plans.


Mortgage borrowers tighten belts ahead of Base Rate hike

Mortgage holders are taking pre-emptive action to shield their financial position in anticipation of a rise in the Bank Base Rate by cutting their spending in other areas.

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