First time buyers
A guide for people considering a move into the buy-to-let market.
Help to Buy could push first-time buyer house prices up 20% to more than £150,000 by the end of 2015, a financial consultancy has warned.
Hundreds of thousands of interest-only mortgage borrowers whose deals mature before 2020 are likely to face a funding shortfall, according to estimates produced for the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
Phil Whitehouse, head of The Mortgage Alliance (TMA), examines what action brokers can take to make sure they don't lose out in a dual-pricing environment.
There is further bad news for interest-only borrowers, with Nationwide and Halifax the latest lenders to cut their maximum LTVs to 75%.
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