Banks for Mortgage LendingMortgage banks
Almost half of all London shoppers get help from their parent. This makes the "Bank of Mom and Dad" the counterpart of a mortgage creditor of 5.7 billion pounds.
More information on mortgage providers and mortgage administration Statistical information
Creditors who only grant unregulated loans are not obliged to present the MLAR. There is a stand-alone datasource for mortgage credit stats from the Bank of England's Money and Credit statistic yields, known as BE, IS and ER form. This MLAR statistic provides a series of information on mortgage lending, including:
In August 2008, the Financial Services Authority (FSA) released the first series of mortgage providers and administrator stats using MLARs. Currently the Bank of England and the FCA publish the figures about 2 month after the end of the quarters and they are available on the website of each organization. At present, historic issues of the FSA statistical publications are also available on the FSA website.
The mortgage lender and mortgage manager mortgages from MLAR are available at a lower rate - quarter on quarter rather than month on month - than the Bank of England's money and credit lending statistic for individual loans and are less prompt. This information comes from the Mortgage Lenders & Administrators Return (MLAR) document, which is shared between the Bank of England PRA and the FCA.