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Sainsbury's launches four-year fixed price energy deal
Sainsbury's Energy has launched the longest fixed tariff on the market, promising not to raise prices until 2018.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 22/01/2014

Biggest fall in business lending in six months
Bank of England report says net lending to businesses fell by £3.7bn in November, despite attempts to rebalance loans away from mortgages.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 22/01/2014

Property news roundup: Using Google Glass to sell properties
Plus, househunter numbers up, house supply down, and latest mortgage figures.
The Independent - Posted 22/01/2014

Monthly mortgage lending highest since December 2007
Lenders handed out £17 billion to would-be buyers and remortgaging homeowners last month but business credit is still shrinking, according new figures released today.
The Independent - Posted 22/01/2014

Mortgage lending hits highest level since 2008
Borrowing in December was up 49pc on a year earlier, according to CML industry figures, amid reports of rising demand for fixed rate mortgages.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 22/01/2014

Sixty Icon There's no quick fix for the UK's personal debt crisis
Welfare changes mean many councils and housing associations now view debt as a welfare issue rather than a money management problem.
The Guardian - Posted 22/01/2014

Home loans in 2013 half their 2007 peak, says CML
The amount of money borrowed by home-owners last year was less than half that seen at the peak of the housing boom in 2007, mortgage lenders say.
BBC - Posted 22/01/2014

Sixty Icon CML reports increased mortgage lending but “grey cloud” hangs over “market renaissance”
The latest gross mortgage figures from the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) have been said to represent a “market renaissance” as industry figures react to the reported 49% year-on-year rise in lending.
Housing - Posted 21/01/2014

Six in 10 private landlords refuse benefit claimants
Only 18% of the UK's private landlords currently let to tenants receiving housing benefit, and only 35% have done so in the past, new research has revealed.
24 Housing - Posted 21/01/2014

Should people be able to let out homes bought under the right-to-buy?
Buying council houses at a discount and letting them out is bad for communities and taxpayers, say London politicians. Do you agree?
Guardian Housing Network - Posted 21/01/2014

Homes to be marketed in UK after councillor beats overseas 'no social homes' sales boast
The London Legacy Development Corporation has pledged to market homes for sale on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in the UK before marketing them overseas, after a request from a member of the London Assembly.
24 Housing - Posted 21/01/2014

Councils must cure personal debt problems, says think tank
A think tank has called on councils to tackle the root causes of their residents' personal debt problems.
24 Housing - Posted 21/01/2014

House prices soar in January
House prices made their biggest jump in January in more than a decade, according to a property search website.
Inside Housing - Posted 21/01/2014

Sixty Icon Middlemen 'pose as payday lenders to siphon off extra fees'
'Credit brokers' pretend to be the actual lender and add hidden layer of extra fees, charity says.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 21/01/2014

Sixty Icon More landlords turn away housing benefit claimants
A survey finds that of the landlords who currently let to people on benefits, more than half say they won't after the roll-out of universal credit.
The Guardian - Posted 21/01/2014

Are you worried by problem debt? Up to four million Britons 'underestimate seriousness of situation'
Millions of Britons are problems getting through to payday - but are unconcerned about their financial situation.
Mail Online - Posted 21/01/2014

Bank of England urged to let wages catch up before raising interest rates
EY Item Club is calling for Bank policymakers to include 'positive growth in real wages' in their forward guidance policy.
The Guardian - Posted 21/01/2014

Property news roundup: Would you move abroad to improve your family's lifestyle?
Plus Help to Buy in Scotland, Chinese investment in London, and January home price rises.
The Independent - Posted 21/01/2014

IMF likely to upgrade Britain's growth forecast
UK upgrade by the International Monetary Fund will underscore the speed at which sentiment about Britain's economy has changed.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 21/01/2014

ISG Secures £4.7 million Quantum Care Scheme in Bedfordshire
ISG has won a £4.7 million project to construct a care home in Dunstable for Quantum Care- a not-for-profit company specialising in dementia and palliative care for older people, across Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and Essex.
Housing - Posted 21/01/2014

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