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While the finer details are yet to be revealed around last week’s Government announcement of a tax-payer backed 5% deposit mortgage for first-time buyers, research by GetAgent has revealed that it could save the average first-time buyer as much as £17,981.

Mortgage affordability criteria is ofte...

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56% of first-time buyers aged under 35 are receiving financial support from the Bank of Mum and Dad, according to new research from Legal & General.
Nearly three-quarters (71%) of these new homeowners said they would not have been likely to buy without financial help from family or friends. Inste...

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Prime minister Boris Johnson has vowed to create ‘Generation Buy’ with a low deposit mortgage scheme that he says could be ‘revolutionary’ for young people. First-time buyers have been finding it particularly hard to buy a property since the pandemic began as lenders have cut maximum loan to va...

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Lenders taking a welcome different approach - Cambridge Building Society has launched its 2020 Rent to Home Scheme and is now welcoming applications. The scheme provides successful applicants a newly refurbished property owned by the Society that can now be rented for a maximum of three years.

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Following the announcement of a stamp duty holiday, August’s figures outstripped July’s 14.5 per cent month-on-month growth which was a result of pent-up demand after the housing market reopened.

Residential transactions however are still are lower than last year. Furthermore, transactions ar...

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With 6 months left until the Help to Buy scheme transitions to first-time buyers only, there have been calls for an alternative to support those who might have benefited from the scheme but no longer meet the criteria.
Recent changes to the Shared Ownership initiative include the reduction of the...

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There is now a 0.28 % gap between the two mortgage terms, with two-year fixes at an average of 1.4 % and five–year fixes at 1.69 % Comparethemarket’s analysis of Bank of England data has shown.
The smallest gap between the two mortgages was recorded in 2008, when the difference was just –0.03 % ...

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UK house prices recorded the fastest monthly increase for 16 years in August. Rising by 2 % in August compared to July, according to the Nationwide House Price Index. This was the fastest month-on-month rise since 2004.
Over the year, house prices increased by 3.7 % to £224,123 compared to August...

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Average mortgage rates have increased after dropping to record low levels in July of this year, and product availability continues to be a key issue, so borrowers may want to consider fixing to a new mortgage deal.

Despite fluctuations, the percentage of the fixed rate mortgage market where free...

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Love the fact that The Mortgage Bureau are totally independent.( of lenders and estate agents) We have always gone back to these guys ever since buying our first home when they arranged our mortgage. They make everything so easy and although they are professional are friendly as well. We return every couple of years to make sure we have the best mortgage deal. They have become friends over the years. Wouldn’t go anywhere else! Would definitely recommend. TW
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The Mortgage Bureau offers mortgages when buying a home, remortgages to save cost, commercial mortgages to fund ventures and associated requirements such as life insurance. The Mortgage Bureau is a whole of the market broker which means that the best deal can normally be found. The Mortgage Bureau is also independent of any Estate Agent which means that their advice is totally impartial and remains confidential.

The Mortgage Bureau is a trading name of A.M. Mortgages (UK) Ltd. Authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. The Financial Conduct Authority does not regulate some aspects of Buy to Let mortgages.

Starting with just one office in 1990, the Mortgage Bureau now has 8 offices covering East Anglia.

We offer specialist advice for
- First Time Buyers
- Remortgaging
- Buy to Let
- Right to Buy
- Poor Credit Ratings
- Life Insurance

For more information please visit our website. 


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