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Overseas mortgage enquiries boosted by weak pound

Overseas mortgage enquiries are on the up in the UK, boosted by the weakened pound.

1 in 4 borrowers understand how Bank of England base rates affect them

Only one in four borrowers in the UK understand how the Bank of England's base rate changes affect their monthly payments, according to a new survey.

England and Wales house prices recover to pre-referendum levels

The biggest impact on the housing market this year was not the UK's Brexit vote, but the stamp duty change in April, reveals new research.

Flurry of interest fuels Cluttons French Alps launch

Cluttons has opened a new office in Courchevel in the French Alps, prompted by strong interest from both British buyers and Middle East investors.

Half of landlords prepared to ditch their letting agent

Half of landlords would ditch their letting agent, if their profits fell significantly, a new survey reveals.

US to become a buyer’s market

The US housing market is forecast to become a buyer's market in the next three years.

UK house prices stay flat

UK house prices stayed flat in October 2016, as growth continues to slow.

US mortgage rates keep rising, but borrowers keep borrowing

US mortgage rates continue to climb, following Trump's presidential election win, but borrowers keep on borrowing.

FCA launches new study of UK mortgage market

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has launched a market study to consider whether competition can be improved to benefit consumers.

First direct flight from Australia to Europe will take off in 2018

The first direct flight from Australia to Europe will take off in 2018, connecting Perth with London in just 17 hours.
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