A total of 20,000 loans were advanced to first-time buyers in October, a rise of 14 per cent compared to September and up by 19 per cent compared to this time last year.
Over 2 million borrowers have overpaid on their mortgages since 2005, aided by historically low interest rates, says the Council of Mortgage Lenders.
This year has witnessed significant growth in the world of bridging finance. There can be no question that the industry is thriving as the trade press is regularly filled with industry success stories and reporting an increase in the number of bridging deals – news of course welcomed by the industry. The success we have […]
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As the auto-enrolment revolution is rolled out to companies with between 50 and 249 people, employers will be grappling with the new rules and requirements. Even though introducing the new regime can be time consuming, many employers are regarding it as an opportunity to review their benefits packages, with employee health and wellbeing regarded as a popular addition.
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