Post Office has launched a range of new market leading mortgage deals, reinforcing its position as one of the most competitive providers in the market. All new mortgages are available to customers now.
Yorkshire Building Society Group has launched new 95% loan to value (LTV) mortgages to help people with small deposits and equity sums, with competitive rates starting from 4.59%.
The Council of Mortgage Lenders estimates that total gross mortgage lending increased to £17.6 billion in October, representing a rise of 9% from £16.2 billion in September and 37% higher than the total of £12.9 billion in October last year.
The Bank of Mum and Dad still has an important role to play for First Time Buyers, with almost two thirds receiving help in saving a deposit for their first property, according to research from Clydesdale and Yorkshire Banks.
People wanting to buy their first home can benefit from a new low deposit mortgage with The Cambridge which offers reduced monthly payments in the first year, giving them a helping hand when they need it the most.
Monmouthshire Building Society, one of Wales’s largest and most successful financial institutions, has built up an enviable track record in recent years for helping first time buyers onto the property ladder.
The two year fixed rate product helps customers by offering a free valuation and low application fee. It will be available to the Society's Cambridge Select group and through Sesame, PMS and Legal & General.
Gross mortgage lending held steady in September and was an estimated £16.2 billion, according to the Council of Mortgage Lenders.
Leeds Building Society has reduced the rates by up to 0.70% on its shared ownership mortgages, which have been specifically designed to help first time buyers (FTBs) onto the housing ladder, and are available up to 95% of the borrowers share.
The Cambridge Building Society has announced that it will launch its new range of residential mortgage products direct and through Intermediaries.
Despite a slight decline in total gross lending in August, lending for home-owner house purchase continued to show growth, according to latest figures from the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML).
Confusion is rife over which areas of the UK are eligible for what under the government's new Help to Buy scheme.
Nationwide Building Society is reducing the standard variable rate (SVR) for mortgage customers of the Dunfermline Building Society.
People looking to make their first step on the housing ladder are getting a boost from Clydesdale and Yorkshire Banks with the launch of new lower rate First Time Buyer mortgages for those with smaller deposits.
Natwest, RBS, Halifax and Bank of Scotland will start offering new Help to Buy mortgages this week.
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