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House-buyers could save thousands as a new “tariff of mortgage charges” is launched, introducing a standard format for how lenders communicate fees.
In its Market Commentary November 2015 published this week, the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) states that the UK may not see its first rate hike until 2017, and estimates that gross mortgage lending was £21.8 billion in October: nearly a fifth higher than a year ago.
New research shows that many policy changes have already had an effect on the housebuilding sector, with experts advising that the full scale of the impact on some sectors is not yet clear.
Following its latest Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) meeting, the Bank of England has announced that it will keep interest rates at 0.5% and that its monetary easing program will remain unchanged.