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Landlords learn about the benefits of renting properties through Croydon Council
More than 150 landlords attended a conference about the advantages of renting properties through Croydon Council.
Housing - Posted 24/01/2014

Sixty Icon Bank wants Help to Buy scaled back
I have learned that the governor of the Bank of England would like the Treasury to reduce the maximum size of loan that qualifies for a government-backed Help to Buy mortgage from £600,000 to perhaps £350,000 or £400,000.
BBC - Posted 24/01/2014

MP calls for debate on mortgage rate hikes
Borrowers like Sarah Piggott, whose mortgage rate doubled, are supported by MPs.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 24/01/2014

Loo must be joking! Mayfair bathrooms set to cost double the average price of a UK home... with the most expensive costing £5 MILLION!
With enough marble to make a stonemason jealous, these regular-sized Mayfair bathrooms will soon be worth as much as the average UK home.
Mail Online - Posted 24/01/2014

Would you offer a room for rent to make ends meet? Elderly homeowners take in lodgers to boost retirement income
With nearly half of retirees struggling to live off their pension, Britain could be set for a surge in over 65s taking in a lodger to boost their income, research suggests.
Mail Online - Posted 24/01/2014

Knightsbridge or Mayfair?: Property giants clash over best address in London
The two most prominent figures in the Mayfair and Knightsbridge property markets have clashed over which neighbourhood deserves the title of London’s most desirable address.
London Evening Standard - Posted 24/01/2014

Mark Carney: no need for an immediate rate rise
Bank of England governor seeks to reassure markets that interest rate rise is not imminent, saying he doesn't want to focus on one indicator.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 24/01/2014

Millions of buy-to-let landlords fear huge flood insurance hikes as government excludes them from affordable cover scheme
Millions of buy-to-let landlords and small businesses could face huge hikes to their insurance premiums as the government considers excluding them from an affordable cover scheme.
Mail Online - Posted 24/01/2014

Sixty Icon Housing boom squeezing businesses out of London's West End
London's housing boom is pushing businesses out of the West End, a leading commercial property advisor has warned.
The Independent - Posted 24/01/2014

Paul Fisher warns Bank of England must avoid 'pouring oil on fire' over house prices
The Bank of England must avoid "pouring oil on the fire" of rising house prices, rate-setter Paul Fisher has warned.
The Independent - Posted 24/01/2014

Millions could be left without affordable flood insurance
But home insurance premiums are still falling despite floods.
The Independent - Posted 24/01/2014

Sixty Icon Interest rate rise not on the agenda, says Bank of England governor
Mark Carney vows to keep cost of borrowing at record low 0.5% despite policy linking a rate rise to a sharp fall in unemployment.
The Guardian - Posted 24/01/2014

Sixty Icon Housing association impairment charges double to £48 million
New accounting rules and increased commercial activity blamed for rise.
Inside Housing - Posted 24/01/2014

Sixty Icon Rent plan blows hole in council coffers
English local authorities raising rents to minimise impact of new rent formula on their business plans.
Inside Housing - Posted 24/01/2014

Pension charges: what the Government's delay could cost
The pension industry appears to have persuaded the Government to postpone applying a cap on costs.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 23/01/2014

New 'top up' mortgage lets landlords borrow more
Buy-to-let investors are using a new form of loan to boost their property incomes.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 23/01/2014

Equity release is controversial - but is becoming the saviour of many stuck with hefty mortgage debt
With lenders getting stricter on allowing people to keep interest-only deals, many are being left with few options to make ends meet and keep a roof over their head.
Mirror co uk - Posted 23/01/2014

Now is the time to buy London's new-build homes off plan
Developers are in overdrive to meet rising demands, due to a new homes shortage coupled with the popular Help to Buy scheme, in the capital. We take a look at the latest new-builds and fabulous restorations.
Homes & Property - Posted 23/01/2014

Alternative options to the Help to Buy scheme for London's first-time buyers
Help to Buy isn’t the only game in town. H&P examines the options open to London’s first-time buyers with small deposits.
Homes & Property - Posted 23/01/2014

Unemployment figure plummets to 7.1% as number of people in work reaches a record 30.15 million
Bank of England tries to calm fears of rise in mortgage rates.
London Evening Standard - Posted 23/01/2014

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