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Maximum age and term increases will benefit ‘older’ buy-to-let investors

Typically, those who are older and have applied for a buy-to-let mortgage have faced barriers due to the limited options available to them. 

‘Risky’ mortgage bubble grows as over 70,000 more taken out in a year

The high-risk mortgage bubble has continued to grow, as another 71,273 mortgages viewed as ‘risky’ by the Bank of England were taken out in the UK in just a year.

Multi-property buy-to-let landlords face mortgage headache

The buy-to-let property market continues to be affected by clampdowns backed by both the Government and Bank of England. This time, landlords are being warned of a major mortgage headache, when new rules come into play in 2017.

What does the interest rate cut mean for you?

At the beginning of August the Bank of England cut interest rates from 0.50% to 0.25%, reaching a new record low and introducing the first cut since way back in 2009, in order to counter the threat of a post Brexit recession. 

What does the interest rate cut mean for you?

At the beginning of August the Bank of England cut interest rates from 0.50% to 0.25%, reaching a new record low and introducing the first cut since way back in 2009, in order to counter the threat of a post Brexit recession.