Monthly archive February, 2013

Bath Building Society launches 100% guarantor mortgage

Bath Building Society launches 100% guarantor mortgage Bath Building Society is launching a 100%, three-year fixed-rate mortgage to help would-be first-time buyers get a foot on the property ladder. The Society has devised the 100% Parent Assisted Mortgage Scheme in order to open up the housing market Read More →

Mortgage approvals hit highest levels since 2008

blog-generic Mortgage approvals hit a four year high in January thanks to a combination of falling mortgage rates, a wider range of mortgages available to borrowers, and an improvement in lender confidence, according to e.surv chartered surveyors. e.surv’s latest Mortgage Monitor Read More →

FTB numbers trigger housing market optimism for 2013

Holiday Homes insurance from Integrity By any measure, 2013 has got off to a positive start.  We normally see a gradual recovery from the festive hiatus, but January’s valuations market has come bouncing back.  Credit conditions have shown signs of easing in the New Year Read More →

23% of Britons have never reviewed their mortgage

Home Insurance from Integrity Research from Santander 123 has found that a third of current account holders surveyed say they’ve never reviewed their current account. As expected, home insurance is the most frequently reviewed product with 73 per cent of people evaluating their policy Read More →

Tesco launches deals from 2.28%

Tesco launches deals from 2.28% Tesco Bank is offering competitive new mortgage deals with rates starting at 2.28% on a 2 year fixed rate (60% LTV) and 2.89% (previously 3.39%) on a 5 year fixed rate (70% LTV). The new range also includes a new Read More →