Tracker Mortgages Still An Attractive Choice
House Prices Set For Greater Regional Variation
First time buyers are still being advised to seriously consider opting for a tracker mortgage, despite growing rumours of a rise in interest rates before the end of the year.
Although the Bank of England moved to hold interest rates at 4.5 per cent recently, speculation is mounting that a quarter point rise will be enacted before the start of 2007.
However, Moneysupermaket argues that those currently looking for mortgages should not automatically discount the idea of a …
Millions Rely On Fictional Mortgage Benefit
The growth of English house prices is slowing. In contrast, both Scottish and Northern Irish house prices are heading for boom periods, according to new figures.
Nationwide predicts that house prices in Scotland and Northern Ireland are set to become increasingly dislocated from trends in England and Wales, as the countries have witnessed far faster house price growth over the year, increasing the need for larger mortgages.
House prices in Northern Ireland rose five tim…
Around 3.85 million home owners believe that a non existent state benefit will enable them to keep up with mortgage repayments in the event of losing their income.
Almost one in ten home owners wrongly believe that the government will pay their mortgage if they are unable to do so for reasons such as redundancy or illness, according to new research.
However, the government will not help anyone with mortgage payments for the first nine months of unemployment and after th…