Wednesday, May 21, 2014

CML: Mortgage lending up 35% yoy in APRIL

Mortgage lending leap fuels property inflation

UK mortgage lending in April was 36% higher than a year ago, a lenders' group says, as a major bank moves to cool the housing market in London. Gross lending was up 8% compared with March to an estimated total of £16.6bn, according to the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML). The figures come shortly after Lloyds Banking Group said it would limit lending for higher-value homes. The data includes the first week of implementation of new mortgage rules. Barclays also said that they will lend up to 5.5 times income in certain scenarios.

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3 thoughts on “CML: Mortgage lending up 35% yoy in APRIL

  • Was this front running MMR requirements? We will see next month.

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  • No prudent lending then….looks like banks have been lending 5+ times into a property bubble of enormous
    Proportions

    Shocking really…..

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  • Property only ever goes up..it’s different this time – new paradigm etc.

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