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  • Update On the Property Market and Rates

    As we approach the middle of 2017 I thought I would give you an update on my experience with the housing market and the mortgage market for the first five months of the year.

    We have seen a lot of changes with buy to let mortgage criteria in the last few months and this has had a downward affect on…

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    Updated by Private Premier Finance on Friday, May 19, 2017
  • Buy To Let changes

    2016 has seen some of the biggest changes to the buy to let industry as the government attempt to make more properties available to first time buyers rather than landlords.  Below is a list of these changes:

    Stamp Duty 

    As of the 1st April 2016 the rate of stamp duty on second homes, and buy to le…

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    Updated by Private Premier Finance on Wednesday, December 14, 2016
  • The base rate cut, what does it mean for you?

    Last week's unanimous decision by the Bank of England Monetary Policy Committee to reduce the base rate by 0.25% was the first time we have seen the rate change since 2009.  The move is designed to add extra stimulus to the UK economy whilst it adjusts to the EU referendum.

    This cut in the bank rat…

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    Updated by Private Premier Finance on Friday, August 12, 2016
  • Is Buy to Let Dead

    The government seem intent on targeting the buy to let sector at the moment and this, together with the Brexit fears, has caused a great deal of uncertainty with investors.

    The key changes are an increase in stamp duty for buy to let and second homes, and some changes with mortgage interest relief …

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    Updated by Private Premier Finance on Monday, July 11, 2016
  • The Effect of Brexit

    A little over two weeks since the referendum and there is a lot of uncertainty in the property market.  Shares in the house builders dropped significantly as the markets have anticipated a house price correction and there is chance interest rates may be reduced to help easy the fears.

    For the mortg…

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    Updated by Private Premier Finance on Monday, July 11, 2016
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