Government is meeting lenders next month in a bid to boost long-term tenancies.
As the era of low interest rates comes to end, politicians will have to deal with the fallout from higher mortgage costs.
The Government is looking into a number of tax changes that could hit savers.
Increases to capital requirements could see banks pull back from high LTV lending.
New research shows Ukip MEPs turn up to 15 per cent fewer votes than other parties
Brokers have questioned the Government’s motivation to bring Help to Buy 2 forward by three months
The political party conferences are over and each party has become more sharply defined ahead of the 2015 general election.
With house prices booming in the capital, should houses in London be excluded from the controvesial Help to Buy scheme?
Critics claim Help to Buy is now unnecessary and risks a property bubble giving the Chancellor a difficult decision over its future.
Lenders want answers on the cost of accessing the mortgage indemnity guarantee and capital relief.
Local authorities should have a duty to refer people to a regulated financial adviser for long-term care, says Just Retirement’s Stephen Lowe.
Society of Pension Consultants president Roger Mattingly says ending consultancy charging will restrict access to advice. Interview by Sam Shaw.
A number of crucial details are lacking from the Government’s plans for a new mortgage indemnity guarantee scheme.
Banks fear being swept away by a torrent of new regulation when Mark Carney takes over as governor of the Bank of England. Rodrigo Amaral charts the rise of the Canadian banker.