Sir John Cunliffe stated that the Bank of England base could be below 2% for the next 30 years. http://www.mortgagesolutions.co.uk/news/2018/07/13/bank-england-base-rate-stay-2-30-years/?utm_source=customsell&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=msol-mai-house-ad-1307-1531495622 Could this be true? With the amount of debit people are accumulating it makes since to keep rates low in order to avoid a financial collapse but what happens when the debit becomes to overwhelming? Something to ponder
Please read this article http://www.mortgagesolutions.co.uk/news/2018/06/25/mortgage-lenders-quietly-relaxing-criteria-brokers-say/?utm_source=customsell&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=msol-editorial-2506-first-send-1529920650 Excellent! Lenders are loosing up there criteria but, it does not mean that they are lending like they did before the credit crunch. They are allowing you to borrow a little more based on your income and some are small building societies are falling in line with other financial
I have completed reading an article stating that millions of mortgage customers could face “shock” of a potential rate rise by the end of the month. Read here https://www.thesun.co.uk/money/5505102/millions-of-homeowners-could-face-shock-mortgage-bill-rise-this-month-heres-how-to-avoid-it/ When you look at the real monthly figures, too me it does not look that bad. The example used on a £250,000.00 mortgage over a five-year fixed rate, could go up by £30.00 per month. Really!!!! This will be a shock????
I have finished an article on how over 55 are now doing equity release mortgages in large number. Higher than ever before. Read Here http://www.telegraph.co.uk/personal-banking/mortgages/babyboomers-release-cash-homes-record-numbers/ This is understandable because since 2009 there is very little incentive to save and people have gotten use to spending. The only cash available is the equity in their homes. This will work for our over 55’s generation but what about the next? I fear that future
I have read an article warning borrowers about the pearls of taking 5 and 10 year fixed rates with high early redemptions penalties (ERP). Read here if interested. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/personal-banking/mortgages/beware-fixed-mortgages-high-exit-fees-brokers-warn/ I agree with the article that a degree of caution is require when selecting a long term fixed rate. A lot of customers may think that they will be staying put in their homes but what if there is a big job promotion, a job loss, or more children.
I have read an article expressing the doom and gloom of the current interest rate raise expressing how not only the base rate raising to .50% but also how the fix, tracker and discount rates have also climbed. Here is the article if you would like to read http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/mortgageshome/article-5077957/End-line-sub-1-mortgage-rates.html What does this mean in real terms for most us leaving in Scotland? Around £8.00 more per month. That’s right £8.00 Does this mean that our customers should
I have just finished reading a great article about small banks raising their interest rates for savers to over 2% which is driving the market up with other banks. The article also discussed the raising of the “swap rate” which dictates the price of most fixed rate deals. Read the article here http://www.telegraph.co.uk/personal-banking/savings/rare-moment-savers-borrowers-winners/ Even though the swap rate has increase since the referendum the deal are still fantastic for anyone with a 10% deposit or
I just finished an article stating that 2-year fixed rate mortgage deals are DANGEROUS because of POSSIBLE stagnant house prices and POSSIBLE high interest rates. Read here if you are interested. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/personal-banking/mortgages/mortgage-warning-two-year-deals-dangerous-house-prices-weaken/ The head of the Bank of England said that there might be an increase in the interest rate if he does not see a change in the inflation rate. Also, House prices could become stagnant but there is
Intermediaries are growing their share of the mortgage market and improving the quality of cases submitted. However, lenders are increasing their investment in direct to consumer digital technology propositions despite these improvements in the broker market. And a growing number of lenders see making offers within one day as their “holy grail”. Branch sales drop According to research by IRESS, half of the 21 lenders it questioned offer, or are about to offer, a digital self-service proposition, where current
I finished listening to a short video were Mark Carney (Bank of England) stated. “If the economy continues on this tract it may be appropriate to raise interest rates” This could happen as early as November. The article went on to say that there is a large increase in the amount of consumer borrowing in the following categories 1) Car financing 2) Credit cards 3) Personnel loans Here is the link if you want to