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Mortgages
The mortgage advice division of the consumer group Which? have released new research revealing that 32% of mortgage holders are unaware of the rate of interest on their mortgage with 29% knowing their exact rate. In a separate analysis by Which?, it found that there has been a 55% increase in the number of fixed...
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According to new data, Mortgage lending for home buyers plunged by 9% in November, but has risen by 18% over a full 12 month period. The Council of Mortgage Lenders also say there were 27,900 loans to first time buyers in November, which is a decreased figure of 8% month-on-month, but increasing 10% on the...
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Chartered surveying company e.surv says overall house purchase approvals, on a seasonally adjusted basis, decreased to 68,218 in December. Though, the second half of the year saw a strong monthly average of 69,572 approvals, compared to the 64,047 in the first six months of 2015. The whole of 2015 has seen an increase in mortgage...
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A recent article in the Guardian suggests that Banks and Building Societies are slowly returning to the UK Property market with new Mortgage deals. Access to mortgages is another vital step towards a confident booming property in the wake of the COVID-19 epidemic. At AVRillo Conveyancing we know there are many reasons why transactions fail, but your...
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According to Financial Reporter, Fixed Rate Mortgages and Mortgage Fees in general have begun to rise. Research by Moneyfacts shows that average rates for fixed mortgage deals, both with and without a fee, have increased by 0.25% and 0.33% respectively since July.  However, these remain 0.35% and 0.19% lower than in March of this year....
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