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  1. Mortgage advice

    Know your rights Published: 04/04/2016 Last modified: 19/08/2021
    When you apply for a mortgage, you might speak to a mortgage adviser, or you might research your own deal. Find out what each approach means for you.
  2. FCA acts to help mortgage prisoners

    Press Releases Published: 26/03/2019 Last modified: 26/03/2019
    Mortgage customers who have previously been unable to switch mortgages despite being up-to-date with their payments (commonly known as mortgage prisoners), could soon be able to find a cheaper deal after the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)
  3. Mortgage lending statistics - September 2021

    Data Published: 14/09/2021 Last modified: 16/09/2021
    The FCA collects mortgage lending data via the Mortgage Lending and Administration Return (MLAR) which is submitted to the FCA by firms carrying out mortgage lending and mortgage administration.
  4. Affording a mortgage

    Know your rights Published: 04/04/2016 Last modified: 19/08/2021
    Mortgage lenders must make sure you take out a mortgage you can afford. Find out what they are likely to check and the information you will have to provide.
  5. Understanding mortgage prisoners

    Data Published: 17/01/2020 Last modified: 22/01/2020
    Following the FCA's Policy Statement on the changes to the responsible lending rules, it has published further data on the mortgage prisoner population. 
  6. About our data

    Last modified: 14/09/2021
    The FCA publishes a wide range of data. Find out about the types of data available and how often it is published.
  7. Mortgage switching research [pdf]

    Research Published: 10/03/2020
    This research aims to understand why a minority of mortgage holders stay on their
  8. Statement on mortgage prisoners

    Statements Published: 01/05/2020 Last modified: 01/05/2020
    The FCA has been working for some time to support mortgage prisoners. This work has continued during the disruption caused by Coronavirus. So far, our action has resulted in reductions in mortgage payments for the vast majority of mortgage prisoners,
  9. Mortgage prisoners review: terms of reference

    Published: 20/07/2021 Last modified: 20/07/2021
    These terms of reference set out the steps we will take in our mortgage prisoners review.
  10. Mortgage fraud

    Know your rights Published: 04/04/2016 Last modified: 11/08/2021
    Mortgage fraud is when individuals defraud a lender through the mortgage process. This is a crime. Find out more about how to protect yourself.