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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

Sixty Icon Pinnacle acquisition consolidates Hong Kong businessman's hold on Greenwich Peninsula
A Hong Kong businessman has consolidated his hold on a major urban regeneration project that will deliver more than 10,000 homes in London following the buy-out of the minority shareholders in one of the companies delivering the project.
Housing - Posted 23/01/2014

Sixty Icon When will interest rates rise? Unemployment dives to a whisker above Bank of England's threshold as it hits just 7.1% - but base rate may still NOT go up
Unemployment has taken another shock dive to 7.1 per cent and now stands just a whisker above the Bank of England's threshold for considering an interest rate rise.
Mail Online - Posted 23/01/2014

House prices and consumer spending lead to record tax take in December as Government borrowing falls by £2billion
Government borrowing fell by £2.1billion in December compared to a year earlier boosted by the highest December tax receipts on record, official figures revealed today.
Mail Online - Posted 23/01/2014

Sixty Icon Interest rate rises will hit British households hard, say economists
Millions will face perilous debt and high mortgage payments if Bank of England base rates rise to 3%, thinktank predicts.
The Guardian - Posted 23/01/2014

Sixty Icon Millions could be left without affordable flood insurance
Millions of Brits could be left without affordable access to affordable flood insurance because of exclusions in the types of property to be covered by the government’s flood re proposals, an alliance of property industry leaders and the Council of Mortgage Lenders have warned.
24 Housing - Posted 22/01/2014

Bank of England: 'no immediate need' to raise rates
Officials now expect unemployment to hit 7pc "materially earlier than previously expected", as economic recovery takes hold in Britain.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 22/01/2014

UK unemployment drops to 7.1pc
Jobless numbers to a more than four-year low but BoE says no need to raise interest rates once 7pc threshold is reached.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 22/01/2014

UK unemployment rate falls to 7.1%
Jobless rate falls to within whisker of Bank of England's forward guidance threshold for considering interest rate rise.
The Guardian - Posted 22/01/2014

UK unemployment rate drops to 7.1%
The UK unemployment rate has dropped to 7.1%, close to the point at which the Bank of England has said it will consider raising interest rates.
BBC - Posted 22/01/2014

Sixty Icon Repairs contractor tribunal adjourned
A case between a whistleblower and a large social housing repairs contractor he accused of bribery and corruption has been adjourned to allow for experts to sift through computer records.
Inside Housing - Posted 22/01/2014

'Discrimination' against social homes under new flooding proposals
Millions of homes across England and Wales, including all PRS homes and social homes, could be left without access to affordable flood insurance under a government-backed flood insurance scheme.
Inside Housing - Posted 22/01/2014

Sixty Icon Borrowers urged to lock into a five-year fix now before cheap mortgages disappear
Cheap five-year mortgages are drying up as borrowers pile in before the rates rise and repayments rocket.
Mail Online - Posted 22/01/2014

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