Kensington Mortgages has made further rate cuts across its range. This follows fixed rate cuts made in August and the cut in the base rate to 4.50%. Keith Street, director of sales at Kensington Mortgages, says: “We’ve strengthened our range by reducing interest rates across our medium adverse range and most of our Right to Buy and buy-to-let products. It makes our rates some of the most competitive on the market in sub-prime. This is good news as a number oflenders were slow to pass on reductions after the base rate cut.”
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c2 secured, the secured lending arm of national mortgage distributor and branded lender c2 financial, has announced further dates for its series of regional secured loan workshops to be held at venues across the UK.In addition to the dates recently announced for the Carlton Hotel in Bournemouth on September 15 and Jury’s Hotel Heathrow on […]
Young people are set to benefit from the launch of the first fully age-banded Mortgage Payment Protection Insurance solution incorporating a three-month initial payment holiday. Launched by Berkeley Alexander, MortgageLIFELINE can cut the cost of MPPI cover by almost 40% for a 30 year old.While traditional MPPI policies are flat-rated for premiums, a one size […]
The Dubai Property Report is set to be released this week for investors looking to purchase property in the region.The punlishers claim that the report is the only comprehensive and independent report available on the Dubai property market. It has been published with the support of IFA Hotels & Resorts, the largest investor in Dubais […]
The Bank of England has voted to keep interest rates on hold at 4.5%The decision by the nine-member Monetary Policy Committee comes after last months cut of a quarter point from 4.75%, the first cut in two years.
75% of wealthy unaware of new residence nil rate band IHT allowance Just 4% were aware the new allowance will be up to £175,000 per individual Lack of awareness of IHT rules means families risk paying a bigger bill than they need 83% think the current inheritance tax rules are far too complex A remarkable […]
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