Kate Davies, Executive Director of Intermediary Mortgage Lenders Association (IMLA) comments on the ONS’ Index of private housing rental prices (IPHRP) in Great Britain for May
Q1 2018 Mortgage Market Tracker
Executive Director Kate Davies shares IMLA’s views on the recent FCA interim mortgage market report
IMLA releases the fifth in our series of annual reports looking at the outlook for the UK mortgage market in the coming year
Success for three quarters of first-time buyer mortgage applicants as completion rates climb year-on-year
Buy-to-let investment slumps 80% since 2015, as tax changes deter landlords from investing and create difficulties re-mortgaging
Phil Rickards will take the role of IMLA Chair from 1st January as part of the election of its 2018 board.
Nearly seven in ten mortgage brokers report an increase in demand for 35-year mortgages in IMLA’s latest Intermediary Lending Outlook research.
New IMLA report – The rebirth of specialist mortgage lenders
The Intermediary Mortgage Lenders Association (IMLA) has announced the appointment of Kate Davies to serve as its new Executive Director from 1st January 2018
New IMLA report – Insights into the changing shape of the lender broker relationship
Peter Williams, IMLA first Executive Director will step down from his current role at the end of 2017. IMLA to begin serach for suitable successor immediately.
New IMLA report – Is the mortgage market working for consumers
Peter Williams, Executive Director of the Intermediary Mortgage Lenders Association (IMLA), outlines IMLA’s wish list for Autumn Statement
Peter Williams, Executive Director of the Intermediary Mortgage Lenders Association (IMLA), comments on July’s trends in lending data from the Council of Mortgage Lenders
80% of applications led to an offer and 80% of offers resulted in a completed deal
New IMLA report – The politics of a rationed housing market
Latest IMLA survey shows post-MMR high in brokers reporting no problems sourcing a mortgage for any type of client
IMLA comments on the PRA consultation on underwriting standards for buy-to-let mortgages
IMLA warns again ‘crude macro-market management’ of buy-to-let