Nationwide Building Society has reduced rates on its fixed and tracker products.
Together has confirmed it will remain “open for business” as the UK enters its second lockdown.
Almost a quarter, 22%, of prime London properties was purchased unseen by overseas investors, according to London Central Portfolio.
As part of the agreement, Key Partnerships will be joining SimplyBiz Mortgages’ equity release referral partner panel.
TAB has returned to lending using the Automated Valuation Model (AVM) after the government announced a second lockdown on 31 October.
The average rental price in London has fallen by 3.7% in the year to October 2020, according to the HomeLet rental index.
The Nottingham has resumed offering mortgage products after it withdrew from the market in September due to “unprecedented application levels” over the summer.
Pepper Money has launched a range of residential 85% LTV mortgage products.
Jeremy Raj, national head of residential property at Irwin Mitchell is calling for the stamp duty holiday to be extended.