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Latest News10 January 2013 - The Bank of England has maintained the base rate at 0.5 per cent , where it has remained since March 2009.
04th October 2012 - The Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee has held base rate at 0.5 per cent. The base rate has been at the record low of 0.5 per cent since March 2009.
06 September 2012 - The Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee has held base rate at 0.5 per cent and maintained its quantitative easing programme at £375bn. The base rate has been at the record low of 0.5 per cent since March 2009.
31st August 2012 - This is what I call a Flat with a View -
On the 40th floor some 100m up you can park your cars in this car en suite via a seperate lift and chill with a coffee or beer whilst admiring your cars. It may cost you arund £12 million and you might have to move to Singapore but you would agree if you are like me and a bit of a petrol head that this is very nice!!!
7th August 2012 - The Bank of England’s monetary policy committee has decided to keep base rate at 0.5 per cent for the 41st month running.
1st June - Number 13 – Unlucky for some but it could save you £4,000.
Being superstitious comes with a hefty price tag, according to new research from property website Zoopla.co.uk. The data shows that ‘unlucky’ number 13 homes are worth £3,924 less on average than their identical neighbours Zoopla.co.uk reveals that the average value of homes in the UK with number 13 as the address currently stands at £205,085 compared to an average of £209,009 for the surrounding numbers 11, 12, 14 and 15. The data also shows that numbers 1 and 2 are the most valuable addresses typically occupying corner or end of terrace locations and that house prices gradually decrease as address number increases.
Most lenders are playing around with setting their fixed rates up one week then down the next week, therefore you need to keep in contact with your mortgage broker to keep up to date with latest fixed rates available. For the latest best buys try our new Mortgage Search facility on our website.
We have launched our new Mortgage Sourcing and Best Buys Mortgage software which allows you to look at the best deals and search the best mortgage for your present requirements. Click on Mortgage Search section or Best Buys section for more details.