Mortgages look set to be even more competitive in 2015 than they were last year. A combination of factors such as low inflation, no imminent rise in interest rates and a ‘hunger’ from lenders to build new business has resulted in some very low rates, even on longer term fixed deals.
Kevin Dunks, Founder of Number One Mortgages and adviser, gives his prediction of mortgage rate trends in 2015 It seems unbelievable, but many people-in-the-know are predicting that mortgages in 2015 may be EVEN MORE competitive than last year! In fact, I think we’re in the middle of a mortgage rate war with rates set to become even more competitive as lenders battle […]
Brighton has been recognised as a buy to let hotspot – This might not come as a surprise to those living in one of the thousands of rental properties in the City. But what might be a surprise is that Yorkshire and Oxfordshire (who also featured on the list) deliver an average higher rate of 6.3% yield, against the 5.6% […]
If you own a property in Brighton and Hove then you are likely to have seen the value of your home increase by around 13% in the last year. In fact, house prices are now rising at pre-recession levels, with the South-East seeing the strongest rates of growth.