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Home loan demand at two year high

Home loan demand at two year high

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 31/10/2008
First Published: 02/11/2006

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Mortgage approvals are running at their highest level for two years, according to official figures.

The Bank of England said that 126,000 mortgages were approved for home purchase in September - up 6,000 on the previous month.

The figure exceeds some analyst expectations and is yet another sign of the UK's buoyant housing market.

But, the numbers of people re-mortgaging their homes fell slightly between August and September.

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