SmartNewHomes says rising London prices could be pushing buyers at the lower end of the market out of the capital.
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Mortgage Next has launched a shared ownership discount mortgage funded by Ipswich. The deal is available via members of the Mortgage Next Network and directly authorised brokers registered with Mortgage Next Partners. It consists of a discount of 0.75% off the standard variable rate for three years from completion.
House prices rose by 5.1% in April from 186,000 in March to 188,000, the latest housing index from the Department for Communities and Local Government has revealed. Annual house price inflation in London was 7.1% in April 2006, up from 4.0% in March 2006.The UK annual house price inflation rate for the three months to […]
Kensington Mortgages has launched a range of discount rates aimed at the growing number of borrowers looking for variable rate mortgages.
West Brom for Intermediaries, the specialist broker lending arm of the West Bromwich, has presented Robin Mazumder of Blue Horse Finance in Sutton Coldfield, with an iPod. Mazumder was among the first brokers to submit an application to its recently launched website www.westbromforintermediaries.co.uk.
Ross Jackson, Senior Marketing Manager There’s no denying that these days we expect things quickly. You might have noticed it first-hand during the flurry and rush of the Christmas period. The fact is that in a world of smartphones, social media and click and collect, most clients expect to get an instant response and a […]
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