New data has revealed that mortgage approvals were up by 4.2 per cent in March, with as many as 66,614 new deals approved.
A new survey claims to have revealed the average mortgage deposit Britons must be able to save up in order to purchase their first home.
A new study suggests that the average UK landlord who sold off a rental property in 2017 made almost £87,000 in profit.
According to a recent study, the number of mortgaged first-time buyers in the UK rose to 365,000 in 2017, the highest level seen in more than a decade, with the rise being attributed largely to November’s Stamp Duty Land Tax
Late last week, the Bank of England (BoE) indicated that another interest rate rise could be on the cards for as early as spring 2018 – and that homeowners should be prepared for further rate increases in the near future.
New data from the Bank of England (BoE) has revealed that mortgage lending soared to a nine-year high of £69.6 billion in the three months to September.
New research from Rightmove suggests that the average asking price of a new residential property coming to market fell by 2.6 per cent month-on-month in November.
Remortgaging approvals hit a nine-year high this October, as homeowners rushed to secure good deals ahead of the Bank of England’s (BoE) widely anticipated interest rate hike, which was announced at the beginning of November.
Following a bold move in last week’s Budget, first-time buyers will no longer have to pay Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT), as long as the home they are purchasing is valued at £300,000 or less.
Rumours are mounting that this week’s Budget could see the Chancellor, Philip Hammond, unveil a temporary cut in Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT).