2011

FSA Mortgage Market Review Consultation Paper CP11/31 link

FSA Mortgage Market Review Consultation Paper CP11/31 link

Mortgage Market Review Mortgage Market Review Update December 2011 The FSA has today issued their latest consultation paper on the mortgage market review. The mortgage market review is the FSA’s attempt to improve the process for provision of mortgages in the marketplace and has been taking place over the past few years. The latest consultation […]

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Abbey Santander BTL Products Launch

Abbey Santander BTL Products Launch

Abbey Santander add competition to the buy to let mortgage market Abbey Santander will launch their new Buy to Let mortgage range today 12th December 2011. The range is aimed at ‘non-professional employed’ landlords so will be best suited for those with perhaps one property let out as the result of a previous or upcoming home move. […]

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Why Consider A Flexible Mortgage

Why Consider A Flexible Mortgage

Why consider a Flexible Mortgage Becoming a homeowner is a huge responsibility and one that unfortunately will almost certainly come hand in hand with many years of mortgage repayments. In a financial climate where it is becoming harder to borrow money, you need to think about your options carefully. There are indeed many advantages of […]

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Wake Up and Smell the Flowers

Wake Up and Smell the Flowers

Wake Up and Smell the Flowers A Mortgage Now understands that J C Flowers the US Private Equity firm is looking to buy UK mortgage books. J C Flowers & Co were set up in 2001 by former Goldman Sachs Partner, US Billionaire J. Christopher Flowers. We have heard that the firm have already looked […]

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Stamp Duty Land Tax Exemption Window – 16 weeks left

Stamp Duty Land Tax Exemption Window – 16 weeks left

Act now for Stamp Duty savings In today’s Autumn statement Chancellor George Osborne confirmed there are no plans to extend the Stamp Duty exemption window for First Time Home Buyers. Under current Stamp Duty Land Tax rules a First Time Home Buyer can purchase a property for up to £250,000 without incurring the usual 1% […]

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New Build Indemnity Scheme

New Build Indemnity Scheme

More taxpayers cash at risk What is a New Build Indemnity Scheme and what is the Government’s intention with it? The latest talk is about the Government (and/or the Builder) picking up some of the Lender’s risk on a high loan to value mortgage on a new build property. Talk is around 95% mortgages with […]

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Welcome to our new look mortgage website

Welcome to our new look mortgage website

Enjoy our new look website Welcome to our new look website with a host of new features including a range of mortgage information videos containing answers to some of the most common questions we receive about mortgages. The site also features both a full mortgage calculator, and a quick mortgage calculator to aid your decision […]

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Which Mortgage

Which Mortgage

Which mortgage is right for you When you take a mortgage or re-mortgage, you can select from dozens of lenders and thousands of products. Each will have different benefits and disadvantages depending on your circumstances but which is right for you? For example if you value a set monthly mortgage payment you may wish to […]

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