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There is now a 0.28 % gap between the two mortgage terms, with two-year fixes at an average of 1.4 % and five–year fixes at 1.69 % Comparethemarket’s analysis of Bank of England data has shown.
The smallest gap between the two mortgages was recorded in 2008, when the difference was just –0.03 % ...

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UK house prices recorded the fastest monthly increase for 16 years in August. Rising by 2 % in August compared to July, according to the Nationwide House Price Index. This was the fastest month-on-month rise since 2004.
Over the year, house prices increased by 3.7 % to £224,123 compared to August...

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Average mortgage rates have increased after dropping to record low levels in July of this year, and product availability continues to be a key issue, so borrowers may want to consider fixing to a new mortgage deal.

Despite fluctuations, the percentage of the fixed rate mortgage market where free...

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The UK property market is experiencing a record-smashing summer mini boom. The post-lockdown surge in activity also saw the highest number of homes being put up for sale since March 2008, in contrast to the usual summer sales lull. The new figures show asking prices up in 10 out of 12 regions, hi...

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House prices have leapt to record highs as the market booms after lockdown.
The price increases have erased declines experienced earlier in the year, as the housing market was put into lockdown.
The average UK price has now reached a peak of £241,604, according to Halifax’s monthly tracker.
The l...

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80% of homeowners who have thought about moving home since lockdown began, say they are now even more likely to do so as a result of the recent stamp duty freeze.

In London, 30% are considering moving away, while research from comparethemarket.com also found that 57% of those considering moving ...

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Latest data has revealed that the current average standard variable rate (SVR) mortgage for July 2020 is 4.46%. This would be a rate jump of almost 2% compared to the initial average 2-year fixed rate deal they may have taken out in July 2018 (2.52%).

July 2020 saw the average 2-year fixed rate ...

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Asking property prices shot up thanks to a jump in buyer enquiries even before the effects of the Chancellor's stamp duty holiday have had time to kick in, a new report claims. Property portal Rigthmove says an 'unexpected mini-boom' in demand following the reopening of the housing markets in Eng...

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93% of first-time buyers are still considering buying in 2020, according to data from Legal & General Mortgage Club.

Around a third of first-time buyers said that the pandemic has had no impact on their plans to buy. Some buyers have chosen to move more quickly as a result of the pandemic, with ...

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I made my appointment with their friendly receptionist and turned up at their smart offices in Cambridge. Andrew met me and ran through all the compliance issues before undertaking a full fact find. He then provided me with really good advice from across the whole market, rather than being restricted like my previous mortgage was. I ended up making quite a big saving and can't thank The Mortgage Bureau enough.
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The Mortgage Bureau offers mortgages when buying a home, remortgages to save cost, commercial mortgages to fund ventures and associated requirements such as life insurance. The Mortgage Bureau is a whole of the market broker which means that the best deal can normally be found. The Mortgage Bureau is also independent of any Estate Agent which means that their advice is totally impartial and remains confidential. The Mortgage Bureau is a trading name of A.M. Mortgages (UK) Ltd. Authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. The Financial Conduct Authority does not regulate some aspects of Buy to Let mortgages. Starting with just one office in 1990, the Mortgage Bureau now has 8 offices covering East Anglia.

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