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Interest Rate Rises Could Stall UK Rental Property Market

Interest Rate Rises Could Stall UK Rental Property Market

Interest Rate Rises Could Decimate
UK Rental Property Market

The recent changes in the dynamics of the UK property market are forcing a number of mortgage lenders and property investment specialists to advise clients how they can better protect themselves.

The Governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney, has claimed that the BoE has no immediate plans to increase the base interest rate, currently remaining at the 0.5% record low, however this situation could change within the next twelve months.

The UK property market remains in a fairly delicate state and affordable residential properties are being bought with amazing speed, as the UK economy continues to improve but property prices are predicted to rise considerably over the next few months.

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Mortgage repayments have fallen by more than two-fifths in Scotland when taken as a proportion of income

 

Scotland is best place to get a mortgage

Scotland is best place to get a mortgage

Mortgage payments have fallen from a peak of 38% in last quarter of 2007 to just 22% in the final quarter of 2012, according to research conducted by Bank of Scotland.

Lower residential property prices and reduced mortgage rates have been the main driving force behind the significant improvement in affordability.

The average monthly take-home wage in Scotland is £1,954 (GBP) while the average monthly mortgage payment is just £424 (GBP).

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