A £34bn claim has been filed against Experian after it has been accused of mis-selling people’s data.
Knight Frank predict the outcome of the upcoming Budget with commentary from Tom Bill, head of UK residential research.
Net mortgage borrowing remained at £5.2bn in January, according to the Bank of England’s latest Money and Credit statistics.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has extended the Furlough scheme until March 2021.
The Bank of England has injected £150bn into the economy, as part of quantitative easing (QE), ahead of increased restrictions across the country.
Despite the second lockdown, announced by Boris Johnson on 31 October, Adam Forshaw, managing director of ONP said it is “business as usual”.
The minimum value of a property to be eligible for stamp duty land tax should be raised, according to Ray Boulger, senior mortgage technical manager at John Charcol.
The authority is charging Allen with conspiracy to pervert the course of justice.
Quilter Financial Planning has informed its Positive Solution network advisers that their retention fees will be increased by up to 110% from next year, as reported by City Wire.
The total value of the 1,000 loans is estimated at £1bn and close to half of the loans (493) have already been redeemed.