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  • Market monitor - the Budget and Property News

    How the media cover the recent UK Budget? Here's a cross section of news:

    What the Budget means to your wallet
    The Independent

    Philip Hammond denies spending more on Brexit than the NHS
    Sky News 

    Philip Hammond hopes to prove grim forecasts wrong

    Focus on stamp duty: Budget 2017
    ITV News

    What the Budget …

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    Updated by Hayes Finance on Sunday, December 3, 2017
  • Recommending a friend to Hayes Finance has never been so rewarding

    Recommending a friend, a member of your family, a colleague, neighbour or just someone you talk to regularly has never been so rewarding. If you like the sound of £100 of John Lewis vouchers just for introducing any customer who purchases a financial product through Hayes Finance, you’ve come to the…

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    Updated by Hayes Finance on Sunday, December 3, 2017
  • Property ownership making headlines in the Budget 2017

    The challenges for the UK in providing a roof over the population’s head are well noted. Not enough houses being built, and first-time buyers can’t afford to get on the ladder.

    However, in this year’s Budget, first time buyers were the main beneficiaries after stamp duty was cut on properties up t…

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    Updated by Hayes Finance on Thursday, November 23, 2017
  • How the media reacted to interest rate rise

    So, interest rates have risen for the first time in 10 years. They rose .25% to pre-Brexit levels of 0.5%. Relatively good news for savers, but rather less so for those consumers with tracker mortgages. 

    Here, in a special issue of Market Monitor, we provide a snapshot of how the media covered the in…

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    Updated by Hayes Finance on Friday, November 3, 2017
  • In focus: fixing mortgage rates

    With all the conjecture relating to the increasing of the base rate of interest rates, many consumers are wondering what to do with their current mortgage to mitigate the financial impact from such an increase.

    For over 90 months now, the interest base rate has been at 0.50% or below. It’s never b…

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    Updated by Hayes Finance on Sunday, October 29, 2017
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