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  • Property market predictions from the frontlines: What to expect in 2017

      From a U-turn on the stamp duty land tax hike to price growth forecasts and the outlook for the rental sector, here are the frontline property market predictions for 2017. 1. Here’s hoping for a u-turn on the stamp duty land tax regime Matt Tooth, LendInvest Chief Commercial Officer, … The post Property market predictions from the frontlines: What to expect in 2017 appeared first on MCIFA Proper...

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  • Housing White Paper: The 9 key takeaways

    The government’s landmark housing white paper, released  few days ago, announced reforms for development, planning, and construction policy. Here are the nine key takeaways. Housebuilding construction 1) Ministers get tough on developers Developers that do not build out sites where they have planning permission will have their land seized by … The post Housing White Paper: The 9 key takeaways appe...

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  • How London’s property market has changed over 20 years: 10 ‘new’ regeneration hotspots where house prices are booming

    What a rip-roaring 20 years it has been — encompassing five British prime ministers, the dotcom boom, a currency crisis, the biggest banking crash in living memory, the spectacle of the London 2012 Olympics and the shock of the UK’s Brexit vote. And each of those events had its impact … The post How London’s property market has changed over 20 years: 10 ‘new’ regeneration hotspots where house pric...

  • Credit Scores Part 2: Getting a Mortgage with a Low Credit Score

    Understandably, banks and building societies are careful who they lend money to, and financial histories are always looked into, with no exceptions. Looking into a credit history will show up any defaulted payments and give the lender a good impression of how financially responsible you are with your spending. As … The post Credit Scores Part 2: Getting a Mortgage with a Low Credit Score appeared ...

  • Donald Trump Presidency May Prove Beneficial to Luxury Real Estate Market Globally

    While Donald J. Trump’s shocking triumph in the U.S. presidential election is still sinking in, across the Atlantic, news of an upset led by discontented voters felt all too familiar. Real estate experts in London said Americans can expect some economic and financial uncertainty similar to the chaos felt directly … The post Donald Trump Presidency May Prove Beneficial to Luxury Real Estate Market ...

  • Rightmove’s House Price Index

    Rightmove’s most recent data looks at how the volume of sales is divided up across the regions of the UK. It also shows how asking prices are back on the uprise, with market confidence returning. Brian Murphy, Head of Lending at Mortgage Advice Bureau (MAB) comments: “This most recent set … The post Rightmove’s House Price Index appeared first on MCIFA Property Finance.

  • Credit scores Part 1: Tips for improving credit scores

    If you were about to lend someone a large amount of money then you’d want to know that they are responsible, capable of paying it back and aren’t hiding anything below the surface, right? That’s why lenders look at credit ratings to help decide whether to a) lend you money … The post Credit scores Part 1: Tips for improving credit scores appeared first on MCIFA Property Finance.

  • 9 things you should know about the PRA’s buy-to-let underwriting rules

    The Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) issued its supervisory statement yesterday on underwriting standards for the buy-to-let sector. Here, we round up the key facts and considerations brokers, lenders and their clients need to be aware of. 1. Affordability testing The affordability assessment of a buy-to-let loan will require firms to either use … The post 9 things you should know about the P...

  • Five-minute UK Residential Round-Up 2016

    Five-minute UK Residential Round-Up 2016 This year may have delivered a series of political surprises, but these have had a limited effect on the housing market so far. As we move into 2017, economic uncertainty may weigh on the market, but it is property taxes which continue to shape the … The post Five-minute UK Residential Round-Up 2016 appeared first on MCIFA Property Finance.

  • London house prices 2016: the top ten fastest rising boroughs of the year

    We take a look back over London’s property market after a volatile year, where outer London continues to outperform inner London in terms of price growth… The east London borough of Havering tops the list of boroughs with the fastest house price growth this year, with the average cost of buying … The post London house prices 2016: the top ten fastest rising boroughs of the year appeared first on M...

  • 80% of UK adults aim to buy a property in their lifetime

    Research by Aviva* found that 80% of adults in the UK aim to buy a property in their lifetime. But the study also discovered that our influences for purchasing a property change over time, alongside our lifestyles. Of those surveyed – aged from 18 up to 55+ – all age … The post 80% of UK adults aim to buy a property in their lifetime appeared first on MCIFA Property Finance.

  • Why should I put my property on the market before Christmas?

    As Christmas fast approaches, and we’re all too preoccupied with preparing for the party season, it goes against what most people think when we say you should put your property on the market now. We know it pays to be ahead. And by putting your property on for sale or … The post Why should I put my property on the market before Christmas? appeared first on MCIFA Property Finance.

MCIFA Property Finance

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  • NOW RECRUITING – Business Development Manager

    MCIFA is pleased to announce that we are expanding and are currently looking for a new BDM. If interested in the role, you will be responsible for creating and maintaining relationships with new and existing introducers, clients and intermediaries.  Your aim is to help raise the profile of MCIFA and … The post NOW RECRUITING – Business Development Manager appeared first on MCIFA Property Finance.

  • NOW RECRUITING – Senior Property Finance Professional

    MCIFA is pleased to announce that we are now recruiting and looking for a new Senior Property Finance Professional to join our team. If interested, your role will encompass developing both our existing and new Client relationships, which in turn should convert to new business opportunities in our High Value … The post NOW RECRUITING – Senior Property Finance Professional appeared first on MCIFA Pr...

  • Why London Won’t Lose Its Crown As Europe’s Financial Capital

    Following the Brexit vote, the race to succeed London as Europe’s financial capital is on. “We know that groups based in the City are planning to leave for Dublin, Amsterdam, Frankfurt and Paris,” the French prime minister, Manuel Valls, told journalists soon after the UK’s referendum. Other countries in the … The post Why London Won’t Lose Its Crown As Europe’s Financial Capital appeared first on...

  • World’s Most Expensive Home Hits Market for €1 Billion

    The world’s most expensive home has been put up for sale in the south of France with a €1 billion ($1.1 billion) price tag. Villa Les Cèdres, which was built around 1830 and was once home to Belgium’s King Leopold II, is located in the exclusive town of Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, near … The post World’s Most Expensive Home Hits Market for €1 Billion appeared first on MCIFA Property Finance.

  • France Back in Fashion for International Property Investors

    A weak euro is enticing foreign buyers to plough money into France’s second-home market, with areas such as Provence, Côte d’Azur and the Alps proving to be particularly popular. Sales of homes in France to both domestic and international buyers jumped 12.5% last year, according to government figures, as a … The post France Back in Fashion for International Property Investors appeared first on MCI...

MCIFA Property Finance

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  • 21 Most Popular Rental Areas In London

    North London Islington Islington Town Hall, Upper Street Average price: One bed £1,777pcm | two bed £2,392pcm | three bed £3,150pcm Types of property: From elegant Georgian town houses off Liverpool Road, to apartments in industrial conversions, to flats in converted terraces, Islington’s housing market is made up of mainly … The post 21 Most Popular Rental Areas In London appeared first on MCIFA ...

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