Is a limited company buy to let the only way forward for property investors

Subtle Shifts in the UK Property Market

If you’re reading this and considering buying a buy to let property in a limited company, you might be asking yourself if you should be going down that route. Or maybe you’ve already decided on using a limited company. Whatever your situation is, here’s some things we think you should consider. How mortgages work For […]

US Inflation and Its Ripple Effects on the UK Mortgage Landscape

US inflation and its ripple effects on the UK mortgage landscape

As the markets react to surging US inflation what does it mean for interest rates back home? How are lenders reacting to the news and what changes have happened this week that may make it easier for some self-employed to secure a mortgage? Insight into US Inflation and Its Potential UK Impact With a powering […]

Subtle Shifts in the UK Property Market

Subtle Shifts in the UK Property Market

Another week another update, it’s been a quiet one following the easter break with not too many changes across the market. House Prices Wobble in Latest Reports from Nationwide and Halifax This week, both Halifax and Nationwide Building Society released their latest house price indices, providing valuable insights into the UK’s housing market. Here, we […]

Weekly Roundup – Accord Offers Help To First Time Buyers

Weekly Roundup - Accord offers help to first-time buyers

First up some exciting news! We’re delighted to share that Rita Kohli has made the Rising Star shortlist in this year’s Financial Reporter Awards – We’re very excited and wish her the best of luck in the finals – stay tuned for details on how to vote! You can learn more here.  Accord’s 1% Deposit […]

Are Interest Rates About to Plummet?

Are interest rates about to plummet

Having barely shifted since last autumn, many analysts expect that interest rates may start edging down. What will that mean for mortgage borrowers and anyone looking to remortgage? Time for a Fall? Most analysts agree that interest rates have peaked but there is less consensus on exactly when they will start to drop. One forecast1 has […]

This Week’s Mortgage Pulse – Insightful Updates Just for You

This weeks mortgage pulse

Accord Enhances Flexibility in Part & Part Mortgages In a move that shows continued commitment to common-sense lending Accord Mortgages Limited have announced some enhancements to their Part and Part lending rules where Sale of Mortgage Property (SOMP) is the repayment vehicle. What’s Changing? Accord have changed the way they calculate the equity requirement from […]

When Will The Bank Rate Go Down in 2024?

When will the bank rate go down in 2024

Some leading experts have suggested that the Bank of England (BoE) could be forced to bring forward its first planned interest rate cut sooner rather than later in 2024 if inflation drops to 2% by April. Chief economist at Oxford Economics, Andrew Goodwin has expectations that the Consumer Price Index (CPI) will average 2.1% in […]

What to Expect for Housing in 2024

What to expect for housing in 2024

As 2024 begins in earnest, what can homeowners, sellers and prospective buyers expect in the new year? Falling house prices and uncertainty around mortgage rates made for a turbulent 2023. Will a new normal take shape in 2024? Or will changeability remain the only constant? As 2024 begins in earnest, what can homeowners, sellers and […]

Housing and Mortgage Market Update

Housing and Mortgage Market Updates

The Bank of England (BoE)’s unexpected decision to hold Bank Rate at 5.25% in September fired the starting gun on a fierce battle in the mortgage market. Rates have since been edging down across the board as lenders compete to offer the most attractive deals. Is It Time to Fix? With mortgage rates having fallen […]

Expert Insights – Rita Kohli on BBC News

Expert insights Rita Kohli on BBC News

I am excited to share that I had the privilege of being interviewed by the BBC to discuss the Bank of England’s recent decision to keep interest rates on hold at 5.25% this lunchtime. This is a significant moment in the UK’s economic landscape, and I’m proud to have had the opportunity to share my […]

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