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It's hard to call a surge of activity in such a subdued economy a frenzy but as far as success stories go in 2012, buy-to-let is one to watch. Mortgage lenders, still cautious about lending to residential borrowers, are stepping up their efforts in
Lewis Stickley/PA Buying a house is now much cheaper than renting, mortgage lender Halifax has claimed, in a remarkable turnaround from three years ago when the soaring property market priced out all but the wealthiest buyers. Halifax calculates that
Text Size There are now six mortgage lenders offering more than 20 buy to let mortgages with LTVs up to 80%, according to new figures. Data from Mortgage Flow, Mortgages for Business's bespoke buy to let mortgage sourcing tool, shows that landlords
on 27th January 2012 For millions of young people, the Bank of Mum and Dad was the only way to get on to the property ladder. But even that has hit upon hard times and granny and grandpa have stepped into the breach, a report reveals.
It is scrambling for cash to pay for new crude oil to refine, with at least one tanker sitting at anchor waiting for a resolution. Paragon looks to buy after profit lift The buy-to-let mortgages specialist Paragon is still looking for new acquisition
The week before the sale of our two-bedroom flat was due to be completed last October, the buyer demanded 20,000 off the agreed price of 326,000...With the housing market in the doldrums and our 19-month-old son Ellis now an active toddler, my wife
The state of the UK mortgage market in the coming year is "difficult to call", according to a lenders' group. The Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) said the eurozone crisis had created uncertainty, although householders' real incomes could stabilise.
The Co-operative Bank is to offer £600m of buy-to-let loans this year through its intermediary arm Platform' So much for ethical banking...Few things are damaging the social fabric of this country more than the property speculation orgy and BTL
Text Size There is a need for London specific mortgage products to meet the growing demand for property in the UK's capital city, according to research by property management firms Chainbow and Berkeley Way. Must Read Sponsorship Link The inaugural
Press Association A property website has experienced record search activity over the new year but "pent-up demand" has coincided with the number of new homes for sale slumping to the lowest level for more than a decade. Rightmove predicted a "