We currently have some of the lowest rates I have ever seen as a number of big banks price more aggressively in order to capture market share.
For the foreseeable future we expect mortgage rates to remain near record-low rates, offering significant savings for those who are re-mortgaging onto new deals.
To celebrate Knight Frank Finance reaching its 10 year anniversary, we take a look at 10 key figures from the last 10 years.
With no change to the Base Rate this month and the markets and economists expecting little movement from the Bank this year, the picture around rates seems static for now. The opposite is true in the mortgage market however.
In the current market making sure you can act quickly is imperative to ensure you don’t miss out when a good mortgage deal becomes available.
All eyes are now in the future, given this week's announcement of a General Election in June, but in the mortgage market we have seen a trend emerging over the last month or two.
There was no change in the base rate today, but there have been some interesting trends emerging in the mortgage market.
Knight Frank Finance is proud to announce a new partnership with R K Harrison, a specialist Private Clients’ insurance broker and part of The Howden Group, one of the UK’s leading independent brokers.
The Bank of England may have kept interest rates unchanged at 0.25% this month, but mortgage rates are not showing a similar trend. Average rates are creeping up, albeit slowly.
New rules are being brought in from April 2017 to charge Inheritance Tax (IHT) on UK residential property held in offshore structures.