Specialist UK mortgage lenders thrive despite slowing mortgage market

After a decade of post-crisis growth and recovery, economic and political uncertainty in the wake of the 2016 Brexit referendum has dented transaction volumes and foreign investments in the UK housing market, but a subset of mortgage originators is still thriving.

  • By Tom Brown
  • 18 Apr 2019

Property price growth in some regions has entered into negative territory as transaction volumes slow, said S&P in a report published this month.

The market share of buy-to-let mortgages has also decreased by 1.6% since 2016 as a result of compressed yields on investments in the sector. In terms ...

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