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Haunted homes from Fiction

23.10.2017 By Polly Yeung

Would you dare buy a haunted house? We’re all familiar with that uneasy feeling when a floorboard squeaks in the middle of the night. But what would it be like to live in a real-life haunted house? With Halloween just around the corner, what better time to tour the homes… Read More


Buy-to-let show

14.05.2017 By Polly Yeung

Which? Mortgage Advisers is making its mark on the small screen – Rupert Swetman, head of lending for Which? Mortgage Advisers, recently appeared on the Buy to Let Show, a new programme created by property expert Kate Faulkner. Kate, who previously authored the Which? book Renting and Letting, created the… Read More


Fictional UK Homes

03.02.2017 By Polly Yeung

Can I afford to buy Sherlock Holmes’ house? Have you ever wondered how much it would cost to move into Walford and own a slice of the true East End? Or what it would set you back to live in super-sleuth Sherlock Holmes’ Baker Street flat? How about settling down… Read More


Low rates mean strongest mortgage lending in September since 2007

21.10.2016 By Polly Yeung

Mortgage lenders have been offering their lowest rates since the Bank of England reduced the base rate to 0.25% in August As a result, September has seen the strongest mortgage lending since 2007. The Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) senior economist Mohammed Jamei, commented: ‘Remortgage activity looks set to grow,… Read More


Base rate cut helping to drive mortgage approvals

22.09.2016 By Polly Yeung

Mortgage approvals were up 6% in August, according to research by Equifax Touchstone, with the possibility of further growth for the rest of 2016. Equifax hinted that the Bank of England base rate reduction has helped to overcome the summer slowdown, as well as any post-Brexit slump in mortgages applications. Read More



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