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So, what is the "Stress Test" and what does it mean for buyers? The "stress test" forced lenders to calculate whether potential borrowers would be able to cope if interest rates climbed by up to 3%.Removing the test may help some potential borrowers get loans, such as the self-employed or freelance workers.We are available to discuss how the elimination of the Stress Test can benefit you in the best way possible, call here: 0330 094 9409 ... See MoreSee Less
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Breaking News... The Bank of England has removed a requirement that forced borrowers to be able to afford a three-percentage-point rise in interest rates before they could be approved for a home loan.The Bank has previously indicated that about 6% of mortgage borrowers – approximately 35,000 people – would have been able to secure a bigger home loan if the interest rate stress test had not been in place.Click the link to learn how we can help with your mortgage and take advantage of this breaking news! 👉 ... See MoreSee Less
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As a first-time buyer, you will have many questions!By working with a trusted and professional mortgage broker firm such as MMPE, you will have access to a team of experts who can assist you with these questions and provide you with answers and guidance.At MMPE, we believe independent mortgage advice is crucial to get the most suitable mortgage for you, but also to benefit from support and get answers to those all important questions!Click the link to contact a member of our team today 👉 ... See MoreSee Less
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Breaking news... Britain is on course to see the biggest increase in interest rates since 1995 as the Bank of England (BoE) is widely expected to lift rates by 50 basis points (bps) this month.Analyst say a move by the Bank to hike rates by 50bps on 4 august will "pile more misery" on nearly 2 million people with variable rate mortgages as they battle the rising cost of living... To make sure you're getting the best deal on your mortgage, we are on hand to help, click the link to contact us directly and learn more 👉 ... See MoreSee Less
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Yes, the news is out... The government have announced their self declared 'creative' alternative to helping first time buyers on the property ladder... We have our opinions and advise our clients accordingly for the best outcome for their personalised mortgage plans. But we want to know your thoughts? Let us know i the comments... ... See MoreSee Less
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      Regional Price Limits

      There are price limits on homes you can buy with an equity loan. The limit is different for each region in England.

      • East - £407,400
      • East Midlands - £261,900
      • London - £600,000
      • North East - £186,100
      • North West - £224,400
      • South East - £437,000
      • South West - £349,000
      • West Midlands - £255,600
      • Yorkshire and the Humber - £228,100