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Mortgage Lenders and Administrators Return (Q1 23)

With mortgage rates surging, the number of loans issued to buy a home dropped sharply in Q1, with Buy-to-Let lending seeing the most severe drop. Those that did press ahead with a home purchase borrowed less to offset higher interest costs and used a larger deposit to make up the difference.

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