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NatWest and RBS banks have been fined £14.5 million by regulator the Financial Conduct Authority for failing to ensure its mortgage advice was suitable for customers.
Over half (55%) of all homeowners are worried about the impact of rising interest rates on their mortgage repayments and expect to pay £600 more a year.
Lloyds Banking Group, the UK's biggest mortgage lender, has cut the amount it will lend through the Help to Buy equity loan scheme to £150,000, down from £500,000.
Our expert advises a reader on the benefits of paying off their endowment mortgage and discusses alternative options.
The amount of UK remortgage approvals dropped 12% in the 12 months to June, according to the British Bankers' Association.
Family Building Society has launched in the UK - the first new building society in 30 years - with the aim to "help families help themselves".
It's one thing being able to afford your first mortgage repayment, but will you still be able to manage a few years down the line?
Rising house prices, deposits and now affordability assessments have conspired to make that all important first step on the property ladder incredibly difficult.
Whether you are taking out a mortgage or looking for a savings account, it can be helpful to have a view, if not some basic knowledge, of interest rates and how they work.
There is a huge variety of mortgage types on offer – deals with fixed rates, deals with variable rates, loans that allow you to just repay interest and even products that let you offset your...
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