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Fictional houses for saleFictional houses for sale

By Polly Yeung 19.10.2016

Can I buy Marge and Homer Simpson’s house? Have you ever wondered what it would cost to buy the Simpson’s household or other fictional houses that you might have seen on TV shows and films? We’ve created this fun infographic to give …

Flexible lending beyond state retirement ageFlexible lending beyond state retirement age

By Polly Yeung 31.08.2016

TSB has relaxed its lending criteria for borrowers with mortgage terms that go beyond their state retirement age. Previously, if a mortgage went past the borrower’s state retirement age, TSB would class this as lending into retirement and base its lending …

Base rate lowered to 0.25%Base rate lowered to 0.25%

By Polly Yeung 04.08.2016

What does the base rate change mean for mortgage rates? The Bank of England has reduced the Base Rate from 0.5% to 0.25%. With many people predicting the next base rate movement would be up, after over 7 years of the Bank keeping the base rate at 0.5%, we have finally seen …

Mortgage options available – Fixed rate and Tracker dealsMortgage options available – Fixed rate and Tracker deals

By Polly Yeung 14.11.2016

David Blake of Which? Mortgage Advisers talks about the current fixed rate and tracker deals currently available in the market: Five year fixed rate mortgages “Rates across the whole market seem to be dropping slightly. The five year market remains …

‘Business as usual’ for post-Brexit housing market‘Business as usual’ for post-Brexit housing market

By Polly Yeung 26.07.2016

Signs suggest that the housing market across England and Wales is returning to ‘business as usual’ after the UK voted to leave the EU. According to research by Rightmove, house prices fell by 0.9% in July, which is expected for …

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