Jake Carter

Jake Carter

Jake Carter is deputy news editor of Mortgage Introducer at Key Media. He has a bachelor's degree and master's degree from Sheffield Hallam University and the University of Sheffield, respectively. He previously worked at Mortgage Strategy magazine.

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Three things government could do to support the housing market now

Help to Buy is no more. What should the government do now to support home buyers and builders?

Three things government could do to support the housing market now

The delicate art of estimating property values in a wobbly market

'There is no such thing as a down valuation'

The delicate art of estimating property values in a wobbly market

How a troubled economy is affecting the later-life market

One specialist says demand is on the rise for equity release products, but for new and different reasons

How a troubled economy is affecting the later-life market

How diversity and inclusion creates value

Effort to bring in and promote people with Black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds has fuelled innovation

How diversity and inclusion creates value

Why Gen H thinks switching to a base-rate tracker is the right move

The fintech mortgage lender believes that pricing transparency will help customers make wiser decisions

Why Gen H thinks switching to a base-rate tracker is the right move

Bridging finance said to be growing in volume – and complexity

Demand for bridging loans expected to grow in difficult conditions

Bridging finance said to be growing in volume – and complexity

What you need to know about variable-rate mortgages right now

Experts give their opinions on their rising popularity

What you need to know about variable-rate mortgages right now

How landlords are responding to changing energy efficiency requirements

Landlords with small portfolios may be less likely to be adjust to proposed standards

How landlords are responding to changing energy efficiency requirements

Here is what brokers need to know as cautious lenders look to retain customers

Watch for new products tailored to a volatile mortgage market

Here is what brokers need to know as cautious lenders look to retain customers

Landlords begin to avoid properties with low EPC ratings

Costs of energy efficiency improvements weigh on landlords who already face higher rising mortgage rates

Landlords begin to avoid properties with low EPC ratings