No change in the base rate

No change in the base rate

The Bank of England has today announced its decision to hold the existing base rate. So, what does this mean for mortgage rates and the property market for the remainder of this year? In a predicted move on 9 May, the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee has...
The base rate remains unchanged

The base rate remains unchanged

In the latest base rate review, the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee has voted to keep the rate the same. The Bank of England reviewed the base rate on 21 March and decided to keep it at 5.25%. It has remained unchanged since August. Recent news...
Base rate stays the same in February

Base rate stays the same in February

No change to the base rate, but now the Bank of England is facing mounting pressure to lower it. Discover the details of today’s latest review. The base rate has remained at 5.25%. The Bank of England reviewed the rate on 1 February and agreed to keep it the...
‘The mortgage market should be more stable’

‘The mortgage market should be more stable’

What’s happening with mortgage interest rates? Will the base rate come down, and what should you do if you’re due to remortgage? Our Managing Director, Monica Bradley, answers these questions in this monthly mortgage market update. Will interest rates keep coming...
What are swap rates?

What are swap rates?

Discover how swap rates influence mortgage interest rates and gain a clear understanding of what swap rates actually are. When it comes to mortgage interest rates going up or down, you may have heard the media and mortgage industry experts talking about swap rates....