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Rates Won't Rise Quickly - Carney

We are pleased to see Bank of England governor Mark Carney signaling Bank interest rate rises are a long way off.

Ex -Banking CEO joins Board at Capital Fortune

Capital Fortune, the City based brokers have confirmed the appointment of Barry Meeks as a non-executive director with immediate effect. Meeks has over 30 years experience managing mortgage and unsecured lenders, intermediary distributors, providers of systems, as well as compliance, audit  and administration services.

Tenant demand set to grow again in 2014

We are pleased to report that landlords can expect another good year as more tenants flood on to the market. An LSL Property Services study shows nearly 60 per cent of landlords expect greater tenant demand over the next 12 months.

UK 'pays highest property taxes'

British people pay the highest levels of property taxes in the developed world and more than twice the average for the 34 rich countries in the Organisation of Economic Co-operation and Development, according to a think-tank report.

31% pay 'unaffordable' rent or mortgage costs

Thirty one per cent of people paying a mortgage or rent spend more than a third of their disposable income each month doing so, a survey for BBC Panorama suggests.

Half of new homeowners don't change locks

More than half of UK home buyers (58%) didn't change the locks when they purchased their property - meaning that they couldn't say for certain who has access to their home, research from Ocean Finance has found.

Shared Ownership Now More Affordable than Help to Buy

An independent think tank, the Resolution Foundation. claims that the major expansion of newly-built shared ownership could help low and modest income working families across the country onto the property ladder.

Soldiers Remembered – Forgotten by Lenders?

We have celebrated the sacrifices of the armed services since King George V organised the first Armistice Day on 11th November 1919 but a century later, how can the financial industry really support them?

Down-valuations continue to fall as economy recovers

The proportion of homes down-valued by surveyors continued to fall across the entire UK in the third quarter, according to research from e.surv.

UK Insurers face storm bill of up to £500m

Insurers are facing the biggest UK storm-related loss in almost seven years with a forecast bill to the industry of as much as £500m.

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