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Watchdog Warns About Self-Cert Mortgages

The FCA has released a warning about a self-certification mortgage provider that relocated to Prague in order to skirt around UK regulations that made banned such loans.

28 Jan 2016 Read More

Housing Market: Supply Likely to Stay Below Demand

Nationwide building society has warned that property prices inflation throughout the UK are likely to continue to accelerate (albeit mildly) well into next year as rates of construction are still lagging behind growth in demand.

28 Jan 2016 Read More

Andrew Bailey Takes Over FCA

Former Bank of England Chief Cashier and current head of its Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA), Andrew Bailey, has been appointed as the new head of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).

28 Jan 2016 Read More

George Osborne: “Business Investment is up in the UK”

George Osborne, the chancellor of the exchequer, does not believe that the continued uncertainty surrounding Britain’s EU membership is damaging the level of investment that is coming to the UK.

26 Jan 2016 Read More

Investors Racing to Make Buy to Let Purchases

Many of the biggest estate agents in the UK are reporting a surge in the number of people who are looking to purchase buy to let properties.

26 Jan 2016 Read More

Cities in the North of England Still Bottom for Wages

A recent study, carried out by Centre for Cities has revealed that almost 50% of the cities in the UK are currently plagued by high welfare, low wage economies.

26 Jan 2016 Read More

Mortgage Rates Fell in December; Still Higher than 2014

The end of 2015 was a strong one for the UK housing market, with mortgage lending rates in December up 23% compared to a year earlier, despite dipping slightly from November.

25 Jan 2016 Read More

Surprise Jump in UK Inflation

The rate of inflation in the UK went up unexpectedly in the month of December, the rate of inflation is now above 0.1% for the first time since January 2015.

25 Jan 2016 Read More

Rent Went up by 3.4% Last Year

Figures released by estate agents Reeds Rain and Your Moved revealed that rent prices in England and Wales went up by 3.4% over the course of 2015.

25 Jan 2016 Read More

Figures for UK GDP set to be Released

On Thursday, the official figures for UK growth are to be released with many hoping that this will shed some light on the strength of Britain’s economy.

25 Jan 2016 Read More

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