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House prices to grow steadily over next five years

14 January, 2019

A new report out by CBRE shows that house prices are forecast to rise steadily over the next five years. The global real estate advisor estimates that prices will rise by a cumulative 13.1% despite economic, political and financial trends pointing to a slowing market in the short term. Click here for a full breakdown… Read more »

Number of first time buyers at highest since 2006

2 January, 2019

A new report out by the Yorkshire Building Society reveals that the number of first time buyers getting a mortgage is at its highest level since 2006. The report also shows first-time buyer levels now represent 50% of all homes bought with a mortgage. To read more on this story, click here.

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from Team Censeo

24 December, 2018

Censeo Financial will not be open for 4 working days overthe Christmas period (24th, 27th, 28th and 31st December). Our offices will be closing at 5.30pm on Friday 21st December andwill re-open again at 9am on Wednesday 2nd January 2019.

Interest rates held at 0.75%

20 December, 2018

The Bank of England has voted to keep interest rates at 0.75% after predicting slower economic growth in 2019. This is partly due to the levels of uncertainty surrounding Brexit. The Monetary Policy Committee, which decided to keep rates on hold for the fourth month in a row, also pointed out that commercial bank funding… Read more »

Halifax – house price growth slows

7 December, 2018

Halifax’s latest index shows that annual house price growth has slowed to 0.3% while the average house price in the UK is now £224,578. Says Russell Galley, Halifax MD: “High employment, wage growth and historically low mortgage rates continue to make home ownership more affordable for many, though the need to raise a significant deposit… Read more »

House prices rise more than expected during November says Nationwide

30 November, 2018

The latest figures from Nationwide show that house prices rose more than expected during November. Their latest House Price Index shows that prices increased by an average of 1.9%. However they warned that the continuing squeeze on budgets plus the uncertainty around Brexit means that demand is likely to be reduced next year. For more… Read more »

Number of first-time buyers in London reaches highest level since 2015

22 November, 2018

A new survey out reveals that the number of first-time buyers in London has reached its highest level since 2015. According to UK Finance Mortgage Trends, during Q3 of 2018 a total of 11,700 mortgages were completed for this sector of the market. Overall the £3.55bn of new lending was up 6% year-on-year. Click here… Read more »

Stamp Duty Land Tax – what does this really mean for Shared Ownership and first time buyers

12 November, 2018

Adam Crawford, Partner and Head of New Build Homes at Prince Evans Solicitors, explains what the Chancellor’s announcement about Stamp Duty Land Tax relief actually means to the shared ownership buyer. STAMP DUTY LAND TAX – FIRST TIME BUYERS’ RELIEF EXTENDED FOR SHARED OWNERSHIP

Censeo Exclusive – New Shared Ownership Mortgage Lender

6 November, 2018

Censeo Financial is pleased to announce an exclusive Shared Ownership mortgage product from Together: 95% Loan to Value – 2-year Fixed Rate – 5.49% Together have been trading for over 40 years and have often been described as a ‘specialist lender’. They prefer to think that everyone can benefit from their common-sense approach to mortgages,… Read more »

Censeo pleased at Government measures to boost shared ownership

29 October, 2018

We’re pleased that the Government has served up a shot in the arm to shared ownership and the property market with a raft of new measures. Philip Hammond announced in this week’s Budget that the Government would be abolishing stamp duty for first-time buyers purchasing shared ownership homes valued at up to £500,000. The Chancellor… Read more »

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