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Mortgage Providers To Better Understand Retiree Mortgages

The International Longevity Centre-UK (ICL-UK) has reached out to mortgage providers to better understand and respond to the increasing number of retirees looking to apply for mortgages.

Homeowners Unprepared For Interest Rate Rise

Research from Ocean Finances has shown that 13% of people would quickly get into debt to cover their mortgage payments if interest rates rise by just 1% in the near future.

FTB Products Available Double Over Three Years

The number of mortgage products available to first-time buyers has risen to 2,776, double the number of products available in April 2012.

Equity Gains In House Prices Are Cashed In By Homeowners

Lucky homeowners, who have gained from the increase of property prices over the past 12 months, are aiming to case in over £9,000 of equity gains by remortgaging their property.

House Prices Rise As Demand Increases

A report from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) has shown that a further drop in the number of people selling their homes has pushed house prices even higher.

Mortgage Price War Increases Remortgage Rates

One in six homeowners are considering remortgaging over the next six months thanks to the ongoing mortgage price war driving down rates.

First Time Buyers Now Require £41,000 Wage

The average first time buyer will require a minimum income of £41,000 in order to be approved for a mortgage, according to a report from KPMG.

Labour Plans Stamp Duty Discounts For First Time Buyers

Labour has announced plans to help first time buyers in the UK by abolishing Stamp duty for them on all houses under £300,000.

UK House Prices Hit Highest Ever Level

Research from property website Rightmove has shown that house prices for homes in England have hit an all time high. This is due to a fall in the number of properties in the market and a surge in the number of people looking to buy a home.

Brits Believe Banks Don’t Want To Lend To First Time-buyers

A report from Halifax has shown that although the number of first time buyers is rising, 79% of 20-45 year olds believe banks don't want to lend to first-time buyers, and 21% believe it is virtually impossible for first-time buyers to obtain a mortgage.

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