Category: Blog

Our great housing problem

Britons are buying and selling houses less frequently than they once did.

Within the financial services sector, already fatigued by a constant rhythm of regulatory changes, there might be the temptation to sit back when it comes to GDPR,

Clarity, please; let’s have some clarity.

I’ve seen a surge in enquiries from people looking to buy abroad in August and September in Spain, France, Portugal, Italy, southern Cyprus, USA and Turkey.

Any fee or payment must be clear and declared at the outset, so that the borrower knows exactly how much it will cost, both upfront and over the course of the bridging loan.

Technology promises change for buyers and sellers – giving them information, putting power in their hands and reducing delays

Some lenders are not overly keen to continue lending in this space.

To say that the leasehold reform is overdue is an understatement.

Whichever one you choose, you’re going to get very dizzy.

Every month we host an online poll on The Mortgage Lender website asking the industry to share its thoughts with us. Our latest question asks whether specialist is now considered as the norm? It’s a hot topic, but luckily, it’s one I also have an opinion on.