Property repossessions and arrears at a six year low
Low interest rates mean fewer homeowners are struggling to keep up with their mortgage repayments
13 November 2014
Repossessions lowest since credit crunch began
8,200 properties were repossessed between July and September this year, the lowest in a single quarter since 2007
8 November 2012
Home repossessions fall, but future less rosy
The number of home repossessions has fallen to its lowest level in a year and-a-half despite the toughening economy
9 August 2012
Mortgage rescue scheme comes up short
A government scheme to help people avoid losing their homes assisted fewer than half as many as expected at three times the cost
25 May 2011
Home repossessions up 15%
Some 9,100 properties were taken by mortgage lenders during the first quarter of 2011
12 May 2011
Repossessions lowest for over two years
14 September 2010
Home repossessions down but we're 'not out of the woods'
12 August 2010
Home repossessions at 14-year high
11 February 2010
Repossession protection plan announced by Government
5 February 2010
Repossession loophole to be closed by Government
29 December 2009
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