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Whilst mortgage products took a bit of a dip ahead of the mini-budget, optimism for the housing market is still strong as it continues to hold healthy. Harder for Providers Following the Chancellor’s problematic mini-budget, mortgage lenders started withdrawing rates amid the rising cost of wholesale funding and economic uncertainty, which made it harder for […]Read More..
It is hard to fathom, but here we are now living in a whole new England. With the loss of Queen Elizabeth II and the appointment of a King for the first time in our lives, the landscape of the UK has completely changed. Dramatic Shift Over the past two years, we have seen so […]Read More..
Last week, confirmation of an immediate stamp duty cut look to mean delayed sales can finally be complete. However, the immediate talk following has been focused on the reduction and the Government’s mini-budget and how it should have gone further. Described as a ‘growth plan’, Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng increased at what point stamp duty is […]Read More..
You no doubt have heard all of the reports of an impending market crash in the housing sector, mostly people predicting that it will happen soon. The truth is that the crash is a long way off from happening to the market, but the sellers wanting to sell a home are now becoming more realistic. […]Read More..