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After 12 years in the buy to let market “poacher turned game-keeper” Damian Qualter launches a brand new website for landlords. UK) 29 January 2013 After almost 18 months in development http://www.
KBC Bank became the latest lender to hike its interest rates. The Belgian-owned bank will increase its variable rates by 0.25pc from the start of April in a move that is set to cost a family with a 200,000 mortgage an extra 360 a year. The mortgage
Mortgage lending in the UK in 2012 was little changed on 2011 but ended the year in more "robust" form, a lenders' group has said. Gross UK mortgage lending reached an estimated £11.7bn in December, pushing the total for the year to £143bn. This was £
Friday January 18 2013 SKY plans to spend 1bn ramping up its business in Ireland over the next five years. Taoiseach Enda Kenny officially opened the company's new headquarters in Dublin today, where 500 jobs have been created since last year.
The Irish Independent has learned that the state-owned bank is speaking with buy-to-let clients who are in arrears and will begin moving on properties where investors are facing an "overwhelming challenge" to meet repayments. It's understood that the
Thousands of people should find it easier to obtain a mortgage and buy a new home in 2013. The property market has been suffering a severe depression since 2008, thanks to the after-effects of the credit crunch and the banking crisis...The scheme
3 January 2013 Parminder Janagle, 42, ran a sex den in a wealthy area of Birmingham after the breakdown of his marriage to his marketing executive wife. The entrepreneur is pictured here at an awards ceremony with TV presenter Konnie Huq A buy-to-let
Thursday December 20 2012 ONE of the country's leading stockbrokers has warned of a hike in repossessions after TDs and Senators signed off on new personal insolvency laws. The Personal Insolvency Bill has passed through the Dail and Seanad and will
17 December 2012 One in four people who want to buy their first home fear it will take more than a decade to save the money for a deposit, a report revealed yesterday. The report, from the Building Societies Association, highlights the problems
The rented sector is now an artificial market supported by housing benefit. Landlords can increase their charges regardless of the ability of tenants to pay. Instead of vilifying the renters who need a place to live, the government should be setting