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The government is urging people to delay or not begin the process of buying or selling a home unless it is absolutely critical.

But it added there was no need to pull out of transactions and said it was working with conveyancers to establish a standard legal process for moving completion dates....

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Mortgage lenders will not be initiating any new repossessions for residential and buy-to-let properties for the next three months for borrowers affected by the Covid-19 virus.

They are also suspending all repossession orders currently active, however, formal demand notices telling borrowers how ...

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Overseas buyers of property will face a 2% stamp duty surcharge from April 2021, chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced.

The surcharge will also be charged on top of any other stamp duty levies, including the 3% second home surcharge that is already in place.

It is thought the measure could affe...

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More than two-thirds of brokers believe fixed-for-term mortgages will be an overall success; 37% feel they would be popular among borrowers while 34% think they will work best as a niche offering.

However, brokers believe the “devil is in the detail” when it comes to determining how well they ar...

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Evidence that the housing market is picking up came from Bank of England figures on Friday as mortgage approvals hit their highest level in nearly two and a half years in December. The number of mortgages approved for house purchase rose to 67,241 – the highest since July 2017 – from 65,514 in No...

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Competition among banks for high loan to value (LTV) mortgage business is back to levels seen in May 2019, when the Bank of England issued a warning over risky lending.

The number of products available for borrowers with a 5% deposit has reached 405, its highest level since May’s peak of 413. Th...

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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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Mortgage Advice from whole of market

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.

We offer specialist advice for
- First Time Buyers
- Remortgaging
- Buy to Let
- Right to Buy
- Poor Credit Ratings
- Life Insurance

For more information please visit our website.


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