764. Insights: Can the UK avoid a mortgage market meltdown?
David M. Brear is joined by some great guests, from Digital Cat Consultancy, Mortgage Advice Bureau, and Sprive, to look at the current crisis facing the UK mortgage market and homeowners.
Our expert host, David M. Brear, is joined by some great guests to ask: "Can the UK avoid a mortgage market meltdown?"
This week's guests include:
- Ben Thompson, Deputy CEO, Mortgage Advice Bureau
- Jinesh Vohra, CEO, Sprive
- Maria Harris, Director, Digital Cat Consultancy
The news from the UK mortgage market is currently more brutal than a Tarantino film!
July saw the two-year fixed mortgage hit its highest rates in 15 years and things are looking extremely difficult for many home-owners looking to renew their deals and facing extremely elevated lending costs.
So we've put together an expert panel to discuss: how we get to this point, what are the potential solutions, and how do the next six months look for nervous homeowners.
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Special Guests: Ben Thompson, Jinesh Vohra, and Maria Harris.