Lloyds Banking Group has extended its range of Help to Buy mortgage guarantee products to include the purchase of new build properties, it was announced yesterday, with mortgages available between 90 and 95% LTV. New build lending at 80-90% LTV will also be available on new build flats (previously it was only applicable to houses) and will be offered through Lloyds Bank for the first time, which hasn't previously lent on new builds above 80% LTV.
The products can be accessed through both Halifax and Lloyds Bank when buying from selected builders, the panel of which has been extended to allow better access for customers. It was also confirmed that Halifax will withdraw from the NewBuy and MI New Home schemes as of 4 September.
This might be a silly question but how can we expect Lloyds shares to reach even £1 per share when so many people seem to hold so many shares. I myself have invested quite a small amount but still have a total of 10,000 shares.
I'm sure I'm not the only on who has taken Advantage of the low prices over the years hoping for long term reward.
I know this is a basic question but to me the maths don't add up for Lloyds.
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