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Rightmove House Price Index January 2018

Rightmove data this month reveals that whilst we've not had a racing start to 2018, the market would appear to have maintained a steady equilibrium.

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Nationwide House Price Index January 2018

December's data reveals that, as a whole, the UK mortgage market has performed to expectations, seeing a higher growth rate in areas such as the North and the Midlands.

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National Mortgage Index December 2017

The market looks steady despite interest rate rise and Autumn Budget.

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James Chidgey's December column from Mortgage Strategy

Our New Homes Relationship Manager writes a regular slot for Mortgage Strategy. Read his December column here.

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Rightmove House Price Index December 2017

Today's Rightmove report offers a temperature check of the current market as we head towards the end of the year.

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Halifax House Price Index December 2017

This month's report suggests an annual house price growth and discusses the impact that supply and demand is having on house prices.

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Nationwide House Price Index November 2017

Despite the interest rate rise at the beginning of last month, house price growth year on year remained stable.

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National Mortgage Index November 2017

Expected interest rate rise saw remortgage demand significantly increase in October.

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Autumn Budget 2017: What does the stamp duty change mean for the first time buyers?

In an Autumn windfall, First Time Buyers just benefitted from a very welcome boost to their deposit savings, courtesy of Chancellor Hammond.

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Bank of England increase base rate

The increase in the bank base rate seen this afternoon will have little impact on many new borrowers who’ve probably opted for a fixed rate product, which has been the case for the majority of those taking out new mortgages for quite some time. However existing borrowers whose mortgages are directly linked to the bank base rate will see a minor increase in monthly repayments.

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National Mortgage Index October 2017

Divergent picture in September as London cools but other regions perform well

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How could an interest rate rise affect you?

With the potential for the bank rate to increase soon, we discuss how this could affect you.

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