They may be innocent, they may be vulnerable, but the families of offenders face higher premiums and even flat refusals
Parents will lend £6.7bn this year, up from £5bn in 2016, providing deposits for over 298,000 mortgages and purchasing homes worth £75bn
Nationwide reported the slowest pace of house price growth in almost four years in April
The society has got some great PR for itself, but there are only a limited number of people who will want it, and even fewer will actually qualify for it
Single buyers earning an average London wage will spend anything from five to 68 years saving for a deposit, according to a new report.
There were 43,228 approvals recorded in the month, up from 41,003 in November and the largest number since March 2016
More than 300 people expressed an interest in the loans within a week, bank says
Settlement also contains 'factual admission' of the firm’s conduct
Interest rates at unprecedented lows but many first-time buyers struggle to get on property ladder
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There were 62,932 in the month, up from 60,984 in August and higher than the 61,500 City of London analysts had been expecting
RBS sold the securities to two credit unions, which failed after the US housing bubble burst in 2008.
British Bankers Association shows number of home loans is at 18-month low but shoppers are spending more on their credit cards
World’s biggest financial services firm accused of negligence for failing to spot multi-billion dollar fraud over seven years
Some 48 per cent of families named the cost of housing as the biggest drain on their budget
House prices fell by 1% in July compared to the previous month