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Longer Mortgages = Bigger Problems, Bank of England Warns

The Bank of England had waded into the rather heated debate regarding the long-term mortgage products many lenders are now offering. There’s been a distinct rise in the number of banks and building societies offering 30-year and 35-year mortgage repayment. Though supposedly to help bring down the monthly costs of […]

UK Reaches Highest Remortgaging Level Since 2009

In addition to a recent surge in the number of first-time buyers taking out new mortgage products throughout March 2017, recent figures have strongly indicated that the number of existing homeowners applying for a remortgage, are also on the increase.  In fact, LMS, one of the UK’s leading conveyancing firms, […]

And The Winner Is? UK Property Finance Receive a Nomination for the 2017 Best Bridging Broker Award!

The team at UK Property Finance has always measured its success in terms of satisfying the needs of its loyal customers as opposed to simply making a quick buck.  From the second we started out in this business, we’ve always tried (and succeeded) to do things differently, whilst offering streamlined, […]

An Introduction to Wholesale Lending

The wholesale loan industry is a subject that raises quite a lot of controversy in the finance sector, with many brokers and lending facilities taking a completely opposite stance to one another whenever the issue is raised.  This is particularly true where the actual value of wholesale lending is concerned.  […]

Debt Consolidation Simplified!

If the thought of debt consolidation leaves you somewhat confused and bewildered, scratching your head and in search of meaningful answers then you are definitely not alone.  It’s a sad fact that the vast majority of us are simply unable to get from one week to the next without some […]

Falling House Prices – A Good Thing or Bad?

The UK’s decision to leave the European Union has placed a great deal of uncertainty on Britain’s economic future.   No doubt, this will lead one group of investors to prosperity whilst causing serious grief for another, particularly where the property market is concerned.  To call Brexit a potential dividing line […]

Banks Get Wiser On Credit Card Lending

From a wider economic perspective, any kind of increase in consumer spending is only a good thing. The more the average consumer spends, the better the British economy performs in general. Nevertheless, when consumer spending is leading an incalculable number of people into dangerous levels of debt, this isn’t quite […]

Bridging Loans Growing in Appeal Across Multiple Areas

It’s becoming clear that the rise and rise in bridging loans activity isn’t about to go into reverse anytime soon. 2016 brought about record growth for the industry and this year is already off to a flying start. But what’s particularly interesting is the way in which key players are […]

Non Status Bridging Loans – Fast Secured Finance for Any Purpose

Do you need a competitive non status bridging loan? If you are looking for flexible, low cost finance secured against your assets that won’t be affected by your credit rating or borrowing history then a non status bridging loan is the perfect solution. When a property owner applies for non […]

Using a Bridging Loan to Pay an Outstanding HMRC Tax Bill

If you are a property developer or business owner who is finding it difficult to raise the required funds to pay off an urgent HMRC tax demand then a bridging loan can be a highly practical and uniquely serviceable lifeline. Although there are various sets of circumstances where HM Revenue […]

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