Moneyfacts in the News - 16/01/2017

Monday, 16 January 2017

Moneyfacts' research and expert comments are always in demand, and in the last seven days, we've certainly got around.

Here's a quick overview of where we've been in the past week:
Publication Article
Buy-to-let mortgage rates fall to new low in January, according to Moneyfacts survey
Cost of 10-year fixes finally going up
Ten-year fixed rate mortgages start to rise
Number of buy-to-let mortgage deals set to fall
Buy-to-let mortgages pulled at fastest rate since 2009
Buy-to-let mortgage deals dry up as lenders pull back
Ten-year fixed rates getting more expensive: Moneyfacts
10-year fixed rates begin to rise
National recognition for Cumbrian pension specialist
Number of 10-year fixed deals soar
Homebuyers with 5% deposits pay up to £300 more each month
95% LTV borrowers paying £300 more than 75% LTV
Build-to-rent on the rise, while investment in buy-to-let hits 7-year low
Is the tide finally turning for savers?Almost 30pc of new accounts see rate rise in January
Four-year savings bond pays 1.95pc for first time in six months
Millennials who know how to save the smart way: How a raft of apps and online accounts are helping a debt-laden generation put money away
Investment doctor: How can my ex-pat dad invest in the UK?
Falling equity release rates spark interest
Take the long view with a 10-year fixed-rate mortgage
'It's a financial cliff edge': how Britain fell back in love with credit cards
How safe your savings REALLY are in the bank - and when you have a lot less protection than you think