The Telegraph - How no-deal Brexit will affect mortgage rates
A no-deal Brexit seems to be becoming ever more likely under Boris Johnson's premiership as the crunch date of October 31 draws closer.
Mr Johnson appears to be comfortable with the prospect of leaving the European Union without a deal, with the Telegraph revealing this week that EU officials now believe it to be his "central scenario".
Aaron Strutt, of brokers Trinity Financial, said the market is more competitive than ever with more than 70 lenders offering more than £50m in financing.
He said the ongoing uncertainty is now something banks and building societies are used to, and they are doing more and more to hit their huge lending targets.