Monday, July 27, 2020

Negative Interest Rates And Mortgage Speculations

The COVID-19 pandemic has launched the financial world into unprecedented territories. Many businesses have come to a standstill, and further growth and development seem to be uncertain for many sectors. As a way to diminish the resulting financial burden and to increase cash flow, some countries...

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Monday, July 13, 2020

5 Tips From Mortgage Brokers For Bad Credit Remortgages

Specialist lenders are willing to overlook adverse credit or bad credit, as long as you satisfy specific criteria. The following article may help steer you in the right direction and understand what it takes to remortgage with bad credit.

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Monday, July 6, 2020

New First Time Buyers dominating the London's luxury property market

London’s luxury residential property market is seeing the rise of a new group of international property investors. First time buyers from Hong Kong and China are now the leaders in the upmarket category ... but what are their motivations?

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Friday, July 3, 2020

L&G Managed Property Fund Acquires £23m UK Logistics Scheme

The Boxset industrial estate was acquired from the Fiera Real Estate , and Wrenbridge by the L&G (Legal & General Assets), managed property fund. L&G, one of Europe’s largest asset managers, recently announced their £23million investment under the urban logistics schemes. The acquisition was made...

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Tuesday, June 30, 2020

Thinking of Buying A House? Should you buy now or wait for prices to drop?

The economy is moving towards a period of recession due to the current pandemic and the consequential lock down. Property activity, in particular, came to a halt, and experts believe UK housing prices will continue to drop down this year. Impact On House Prices And Moving While the government has...

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Monday, June 22, 2020

Buyers, Rejoice: Lenders Likely to Reintroduce More Mortgage Products Into The Market

Although the year started with a roadblock in the form of COVID-19, the normalcy is returning, but slowly. For starters, an array of high-profile mortgage lenders withdrew their 90% loan-to-value (LTV) deals from the market during March and April. However, as social distancing norms were relaxed, a...

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