Posts Categorized: Mortgages

Falling mortgage costs could trigger 2024 housing bounce – claim

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Knight Frank says a reduction in mortgage costs as early as February – or perhaps more likely in Q2 next year – could trigger a housing market bounce. The agency, which also has a mortgage arm, says there’s no shortage of reasons for buyers and sellers to feel hesitant at the moment. This follows mortgage… Read more »

What you need to know: June’s Rightmove House Price Index

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The UK housing market is constantly changing, and it can be hard to keep up with the latest news and statistics. June’s Rightmove House Price Index provides a comprehensive look at property prices and the impact interest rates are having on mortgages. At Myrings Estate Agents we wanted to share the key findings from June’s… Read more »

Is the housing market game changing for first-time buyers?

Over the last few years, home ownership has felt like it has become further out of reach for many first-time home buyers. With rising home prices, a shrinking number of properties on the market, high-interest rates making mortgages a challenge, and ever-increasing competition. The Harrogate housing market can seem like an unfair game. Recent property… Read more »

Key things affecting homebuyers right now

Within the space of just a few days, confusion has gripped the property market, but changes to stamp duty could be positive for those looking to buy a new home. It is suggested that the mini-Budget was the catalyst for the pound to fall dramatically on the stock market resulting in mortgage lenders withdrawing mortgage… Read more »

Unmortgageable properties and buying at the right price

I’ve covered a number of tricky property issues in recent blogs and now had the idea of tackling another difficult one  – i.e. listing just some of the main reasons why a property is unmortgageable. This usually comes down to physical and/or legal risks and the lender not being willing to collateralise the loan, which… Read more »