2007 still set to be a record year for UK mortgage lenders

November 2007
MarketWatch: Financial Services;Nov2007, Vol. 6 Issue 11, p9
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The article reports on the anticipated decline of the mortgage industry in Great Britain. It highlights the economic conditions in Northern Rock which causes a slowdown in housing market including the increase in interest rates on housing market, increasing consumer loans and lesser funding. However, house price growth and mortgage lending levels are expected to slow down in 2008.


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