Spectator.co.ukBuy-to-let investing just became a very, very bad ideaSpectator.co.ukGiven this, you might wonder, why on earth would 14.5 per cent of all mortgage lending in the UK in the third quarter of last year have been to buy-to-let investors? Good question. The answer (as is the case with everything to do with modern money) is ...
Telegraph.co.ukHow to prepare your investments for a market crashTelegraph.co.ukThe UK's index of leading shares has fallen 11pc so far this year and is down more than 20pc from its highs in April 2015. It is tempting to ... Reckitt Benckiser and Unilever are also defensive options, as sales of household and personal cleaning ...and more »
ForbesWho Pays For Your Credit Card Rewards? (It May Be You)ForbesIn 2014, the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City reported that the average merchant in the country pays around 1.73% of each credit card transaction to the issuer, card network and other bodies that handle the transaction of funds. ... As a result ...and more »
More UK RMBS swells pipelineGlobalCapitalTwo UK RMBS deals have joined the European ABS pipeline, with Nationwide mandating leads for a new deal from its Silverstone master trust, and Kensington Mortgage Company announcing a £790.5m securitization of UK mortgages purchased from GE ...
International Business Times UKUK house prices: Property prices in Bournemouth rocket amid 'silicon beach' hypeInternational Business Times UKThese include Help to Buy, which offers an interest free loan, an ISA topped up with public money or a mortgage guarantee from the Treasury; discounted "starter homes" for under-40s; and shared ownership schemes. However house building is still running ...and more »