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How to get a mortgage in Lockdown

With England going into lockdown until at least the 15th February, we wanted to update you on how we can get you a mortgage in Lockdown as the property market still remains open throughout this period. If you are looking...

With Lockdown 2 can I move home?

Here we go, the seemingly inevitable 'second wave', which has led to a semi lockdown from the 5th November (thank God there is childcare/schooling this time...). Rather than setting off fireworks, it has dampened things down considerably, but we have...

House Prices vs Mortgage Lending

No, this isn't the most dull wrestling match up of all time, but instead a look at the rather complex relationship between house prices and how they affect mortgage lending. With house prices shooting up, surely that is a good...

Arranging a large mortgage of £1m+

When looking at arranging a large mortgage, and for the purpose of this blog, we will define a large loan of £1m+, you start to run up against more complex considerations that simply just arranging a mortgage. At this level,...

Yin and Yang of the mortgage market

Last week was a really interesting week, not just in the mortgage world but life in general, which really got me thinking about that classic Yin-Yang relationship of things, including the Yin and Yang of the mortgage market. Schools are...

The mortgage market heats up

Data released from the Bank of England showed that mortgage approvals doubled in July compared to June! And so as the weather cools, the mortgage market heats up! 66,300 loans were approved which is only just down from the 73,700...

Mortgage criteria tightening

It is no surprise to see lenders starting to tighten the purse strings a little and so see mortgage criteria tightening in specific aspects. There have been a few articles creeping in over the last week or so which shows...

Opportunities in this mortgage market?

For the last few weeks the opportunities in this mortgage market has felt a bit like playing 'Whack-A-Mole' as lender criteria changes, interest rates change, and latterly, valuation policies change. But as is always the case, things start to settle...

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