‘Predatory’ Lenders Thriving in Credit-Starved Economy
3 Jun
2013
Written by Sam Allcock

‘Predatory’ Lenders Thriving in Credit-Starved Economy »

Many Britons are turning to payday lenders with ultra-high interest rates due to a lack of credible alternatives. With many banks offering limited Read more…

Fewer SMEs seeking loans for expansion »

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A recent survey of businesses with a staff numbering up to 250 employees has shown that UK firms are becoming more self-reliant when Read more…

Students struggling more than ever as first-time buyers
16 Sep
2011
Written by Sam Allcock

Students struggling more than ever as first-time buyers »

More bad news for students and those looking into higher education – though not exactly groundbreaking news – according to new reports, that Read more…

Low-Cost Housing Not What Was Expected
12 Aug
2011
Written by Sam Allcock

Low-Cost Housing Not What Was Expected »

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John Prescott, former Deputy Prime Minister, had promised to help reduce the cost of homes for first-time homebuyers with homes that were to Read more…

Personal loan rates at pre-credit crunch levels
28 Jul
2011
Written by Sam Allcock

Personal loan rates at pre-credit crunch levels »

Banking
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A price war between personal loan companies is driving down the costs of borrowing, benefiting consumers looking for low rate loans.  The Financial Read more…