First-time buyers could see the annual cost of their mortgage climb by £398 per year in 2024, with landlords also seeing a £367 year-on-year jump.
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The society has announced that a 0.70% cut has been made on its two-year 95% LTV fee-free product to further support first-time buyers.
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David Churchill, partner at Carter Jonas, looks at the challenges faced by younger aspiring homeowners and how, unfortunately, 2024 is unlikely to be any different for them.
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