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Bank of England dissenters drop call for higher rates after inflation slump

Published on 23/01/2015 By Tomas

  Published by Reuters on Wednesday, 21 January 2015 by David Milliken and Li-mei Hoang   (Reuters) – Two Bank of England policymakers have ditched their long-standing calls for an end to record-low interest rates in the face of tumbling inflation, prompting economists to again push back forecasts of when the BoE will start to […]

Hinckley & Rugby updates seven mortgage rates

Published on 16/01/2015 By Tomas

  Published by FT Adviser on Wednesday, 14 January 2015 by Peter Walker   Hinckley and Rugby Building Society has cut the interest rates on seven mortgages, including two buy-to-let deals. The news discounted rates apply to several high loan-to-value deals. A 95 per cent loan-to-value two-year discount mortgage is down from 3.85 per cent […]

UK buy to let sector confident going into 2015

Published on 18/12/2014 By Tomas

  Published by Property Wire on Tuesday, 16 December 2014   Confidence in the buy to let market will encourage significant investment in the sector by UK property investors in 2015, according to new research. This is despite the fact that 52% of buy to let property investors believe interest rates will rise next year, […]

Low Rates for Steadier Property Market

Published on 15/10/2010 By Tomas

Published by Bloomberg By Jennifer Ryan on Wednesday 13 October 2010   Britain needs interest rates to stay low for as long as possible to help its property market become “steadier” without swings in prices that make homes unaffordable, Housing Minister Grant Shapps said. “It’s really important that we keep interest rates low for as […]