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Buy to let for first-time buyers – ‘unusual’ mortgage deal launches
Specialist lender Landbay has opened up its range of buy to let mortgages in a bid to attract customers who do not already own…
Sites remove misleading peer-to-peer comparisons after Moneywise investigation
Leading comparison websites have removed potentially misleading information from their sites after a Moneywise investigation…
Mortgage prisoners face losing up to £6,500 a year
Mortgage prisoners who are unable to remortgage to a cheaper deal are paying up to £6,500 a year more than is necessary.
‘Irresponsible’ credit card providers warned over spiralling consumer debt
Credit card providers are acting irresponsibly and pushing those with debts into further financial difficulty, according to…
Changing opinions of peer-to-peer
It may still be a relatively new sector, but the public perception of peer-to-peer (P2P) lending is changing quickly.
The success of the Innovative Finance Isa
It seems that every year a new type of individual savings account (Isa) is launched. But, while plenty has been written in the…
Peer-to-peer providers compared in 2014
Peer-to-peer lending provides a great way for savers to get a better return on their savings and borrowers to pay a lower rate…
Is peer-2-peer lending set to become eligible for Isas?
Rumours are circulating the government will announce that peer-to-peer (P2P) lending products will be eligible for inclusion…
Ditch the banks and join the social lending crowd
Sick of the banks, their paltry savings rates and tight-fisted attitudes to lending? Well, join the growing club - or rather,…
Mortgage lending slips to five-month low
The number of mortgage approvals in the UK fell to a five-month low in February, according to new figures from the Bank of…