U.K. Mortgage Approvals Fall to 13-Month Low on Brexit JittersBy
Lenders sign off on 64,766 loans in month of EU referendum
Buyers said to be pulling out, renegotiating since Brexit vote
U.K. mortgage approvals fell to their lowest level in more than a year in June as nervousness gripped the housing market before the referendum on European Union membership.
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