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A Reuters report explains that UK mortgage lending shows biggest increase since 2008. David Blake of Which? Mortgage Advisers believes that “things are improving, lenders have an appetite to lend and rates are at an all-time low. Don’t delay; find out your mortgage options today.”

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UK mortgage lending biggest increase since 2008

06.10.2015 By Which? Mortgage Advisers

A Reuters report explains that UK mortgage lending shows biggest increase since 2008. David Blake of Which? Mortgage Advisers believes that “things are improving, lenders have an appetite to lend and rates are at an all-time low. Don’t delay; find out your mortgage options today.” Read the article… Read More


Surge in the number of remortgages

26.08.2015 By Which? Mortgage Advisers

A Reuters report explains that UK mortgage lending shows biggest increase since 2008. David Blake of Which? Mortgage Advisers believes that “things are improving, lenders have an appetite to lend and rates are at an all-time low. Don’t delay; find out your mortgage options today.” Read the article… Read More


Halifax launches mobile Agreement in Principle

17.08.2015 By Which? Mortgage Advisers

It’s fantastic to see lenders adapting systems to meet the needs of the modern consumer but mortgages should not be purchased based on ease of process alone Read More


Buying a house more stressful than having a child

08.03.2014 By Marie Kemplay

Which? Mortgage Advisers has revealed that buying a house is viewed as one of the most stressful life experiences, with nine in 10 people considering it taxing. Read More


Help to buy mortgage guarantees

26.07.2013 By Marie Kemplay

Work on the second part of the government’s flagship Help to Buy scheme appears to be firmly underway. Earlier this week, the Chancellor George Osborne invited lenders and housebuilders to the Treasury to discuss how its mortgage guarantee scheme – which will aim to help first time buyers and existing homeowners with a small deposit buy any kind of property – will work. Read More


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