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The best savings rates this week 22.05.20

22nd May 2020

On Wednesday it was announced that inflation (the Consumer Price Index) fell to 0.8%. This meant that despite saving rates falling since March, savers could still easily find inflation-beating rates available in the charts

On Wednesday it was announced that inflation (the Consumer Price Index) fell to 0.8%. This meant that despite saving rates falling since March, savers could still easily find inflation-beating rates available in the charts

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The best residential mortgage rates this week 22.05.20

22nd May 2020

Since the relaxing of social distancing rules in England last week, which now means physical valuations can once again take place and consumers can move home, a number of providers have started launching higher loan-to-value deals

Since the relaxing of social distancing rules in England last week, which now means physical valuations can once again take place and consumers can move home, a number of providers have started launching higher loan-to-value deals

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Government announces mortgage repayment holidays extension

22nd May 2020

The Government and the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) have announced proposals that will see the extension of mortgage repayment holidays for those financially impacted by the Coronavirus pandemic

The Government and the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) have announced proposals that will see the extension of mortgage repayment holidays for those financially impacted by the Coronavirus pandemic

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High LTV mortgages re-enter the market

21st May 2020

With just over a week since the social distancing rules were relaxed in England and the housing market could start moving again, mortgage deals at high loan-to-values (LTVs) have already started to re-enter the market, after many providers withdrew them when social distancing rules we introduced in Marc

With just over a week since the social distancing rules were relaxed in England and the housing market could start moving again, mortgage deals at high loan-to-

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