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September 1, 2010    

House purchase mortgage lending stands still

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by Gill Montia
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New figures from the Bank of England show total net lending secured on UK dwellings increasing by £0.1 billion in July, although the rise is well below June’s increase of £0.5 billion and the previous six-month average of £0.8 billion.

Approvals for house purchase stood at 48,722 with the total broadly in line with a month earlier (48,562) and the previous six-month average of 48,546.

However, approvals for remortgaging were up slightly on June, at 26,951, and also higher than the previous six-month average of 26,235.

Separately, housing intelligence firm Hometrack is predicting that house prices in England and Wales will undergo a “modest re-pricing” during the next six to 12 months as the market adjusts a rise in the number of homes for sale and slowing buyer demand.

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