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Intermediaries remain popular choice for BTL investors

 The latest landlord research from specialist buy-to-let mortgage lender Paragon Mortgages has revealed landlords prefer to source buy-to-let finance via intermediaries.   The lender’s Private Rented Sector Trends ... More...



Agent boosts 2015 price forecast after stamp duty changes

Hamptons International has revised its forecast for 2015’s housing market on the strength of George Osborne’s stamp duty changes, suggesting prices in England and Wales will ...

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TBMC launches new BTL rates from 1.99%

TBMC has launched two exclusive buy-to-let two-year fixed rates starting at 1.99% with free valuation and free legals. The buy-to-let and commercial mortgage specialist has launched the ...

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Humiliated council to appeal in licensing test case

Enfield Council in north London has now said it will appeal against the High Court’s decision to quash its additional and selective licensing scheme - the ...

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10% rise in rental stock claims ARLA

The level of supply in the private rental sector is showing signs of improvement with an additional 10 per cent of stock over three months ago. The ...

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Number of 95% LTV deals triples

The number of mortgages available up to 95% loan-to-value (LTV) has tripled in the last year. There are now more than 180 deals available for borrowers with ...

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‘Global house prices increased by 3% in last year’

For the first time in two years the Global House Price Index came close to falling into negative territory, as slowdown in global house prices continues.   This ...

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Rate rises will not trigger affordability issues

The Bank of England insists that interest rate rises - whenever they come - will not trigger problems for mortgage holders. Using a ratio of mortgage payments ...

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Platform launches its cheapest two-year fix

Platform has launched its lowest ever two-year fixed rate for brokers at just 1.64%. The deal is available for mortgages up to 60% loan-to-value and has a £999 ...

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Third of tenants fail to take out contents cover

A third of tenants in the private rented sector have no contents insurance at all - a figure that is six times larger than for owner ...

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Prime London market faces "collapse"

The prime London property market could face "complete and utter collapse" as a result of the changes to stamp duty, a property specialist has claimed. This follows ...

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