Aldermore comments on CML lending trends

POSTED: 15th June 2016
IN: Newsroom

Charles Haresnape, Aldermore’s Group Managing Director, Mortgages, said:

“After the significant increase in buy-to-let lending ahead of the stamp duty changes, there is an obvious downward trend in almost all lending categories month-on-month. While buyers looking to expand a portfolio or buy their first house may be taking a wait and see approach around external factors such as the referendum, remortgage activity has been extremely robust. While the month-on-month data has been somewhat volatile, it is worth noting the wider trends in the market, with data from the Bank of England on the first quarter of the year showing buy-to-let lending accounted for 21 per cent of all loans, surpassing first time buyer lending for the first time since the financial crisis.”



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Notes to Editors:


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