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Value of mortgages for purchase by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac rises 18% after ‘exceptionally fast’ price increase
We rent out our second home and submit a self-assessment return on paper
Property stock levels decline during the pandemic, say agents
We would be hit by an early transfer fee of almost £5,000
Kensington targets borrowers seeking long-term certainty amid rising inflation fears
UK building society reports strong demand despite expected BoE interest rate rises
Gifting to family members for housing deposits drives borrowing in the ‘lifetime mortgage’ market
Residents from tax havens and Asia lead influx of buyers over past decade
Buy-to-let landlords are subjecting renters to new levels of financial scrutiny
While rates are expected to rise over the next year, forecasts about price growth vary from a slowdown to an outright contraction
Government targets minimum standards for households by 2035
Brokers act as the central bank is still predicted to bring in an increase of around 1 per cent by the end of 2022
Step inside a world of private banks, billionaires’ trade fairs, zero deposit mortgages and multiple loans that extend to hundreds of millions
Lenders have begun to increase borrowing costs in anticipation of tighter monetary policy over the next year
The end of the tax break in September fuelled lending but the outlook for approvals remains ‘resilient’
For the next few years, inflation and interest rates will be locked in an awkward two-step
Householders should protect their finances by responding now to inflation, tax rises and rate increases
Era of ultra-low deals disappearing fast as markets brace for BoE increase in cost of borrowing
Lenders have been slow to heed Boris Johnson’s call to action on mortgage terms
Move is attempt to bring more certainty for borrowers as threat of rate rises grows
It’s time to review mortgage deals and investment portfolios
It loses its premium over time, so mortgage providers are more reluctant to lend to those with small deposits
Is it too late to put the shares into a stocks and shares Isa?
Court case over 1990s’ shared appreciation mortgages has lessons for today
Most people in the UK are panicking about their pensions — but for vastly different reasons