Property values are an average 12% higher in market towns compared to the surrounding county, research from Lloyds Bank found.

But in Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire, buyers can expect a whopping 162% price increase compared to the surrounding area.

Homes in the popular town typically have a pric...

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Homebuyers were undeterred by the political uncertainty of the General Election in December as new data suggests a housing market revival in the last month of the year.

Figures from the Bank of England show that the number of mortgages approved last month jumped to its highest level in over 2 ...

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LMS has reported that 52% of borrowers expect interest rates to rise within the next year, with 30% saying they think any changes are more than a year away.

With the next interest rate decision on the horizon, expectations may change in coming months, and we’ll have to wait and see what effect t...

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The proportion of 25 to 34-year-olds who own their home jumped by 9.6% last year, according to the English Housing Survey. But the data reveals that 35 to 44-year-olds may have been the real victims of the financial crisis.

The proportion of homeowners among this age group has fallen by 17.9% ov...

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The cost of a 2-, 3- and 5-year fixed mortgage has seen reductions of up to 5.7 % in the last 12 months, analysis from Mortgage Brain has found.

According to the data, the cost of a typical 60% loan to value (LTV), 5-year fixed deal is 5.7% lower than it was this time last year, while a 60% LTV ...

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Mark Carney, governor of the Bank of England (BoE), has indicated that interest rates could be cut if UK economic growth remains weak.

Carney told a conference on inflation in London on 9 January that the potential for “near term stimulus” was under discussion by the BoE’s Monetary Policy Commit...

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Analysis of the Bank of England’s (BoE) housing equity withdrawal data from 1970 to 2019 shows Brits have injected £271bn of equity into their homes over the past decade — almost equivalent to the £275bn withdrawn in the decade before.

From 1970, when the records began, to the end of the 2000s...

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“Revolutionary” plans unveiled during Queen’s speech for renters.

Under the plans, renters will benefit from a new lifetime deposit scheme and there were proposals to abolish no-fault evictions.
New powers to strengthen the rights of landlords in order to regain possession of their properties we...

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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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