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Monthly Archives: September 2014

What will really happen when interest rates rise? – Telegraph

As a new report suggests borrowers will be protected from rising rates, what will be the true impact of an interest rate rise on the economy? Source:

1st October is D-Day for Letting Agents | News | Property Reporter

So at last the Government has agreed that every letting agent in England and Wales must join an authorised consumer redress scheme to ensure tenants and leaseholders have a straightforward option to hold their agents to account. Source:

A mansion tax won’t fix the UK’s dysfunctional property market

Jonathan Portes: We should replace council tax and stamp duty with a progressive levy on property values, collected and kept by local authorities Source:

Hometrack: House prices stall for the first time in 19 months

The Hometrack survey of estate agent adds to mixed recent data on the housing market and is a possible indication that the market is turning. Source:

New mortgage porting clause: How borrowers are suffering

Following previous coverage of the strict new affordability criteria by Telegraph Money, our offices have been inundated with emails and letters Source: