Some 21,000 repossessions
took place in 2014, a 26% fall on the previous year, as low interest rates and cheap mortgage deals helped to cushion households from getting into financial difficulty.
CML director general Paul Smee commented: "Low interest rates, supported by intelligent communication and forbearance, mean that mortgage arrears and repossessions
continue to decline.
and eviction figures are four times higher than most of Warwickshire - where roughly one home is at risk each day.
There was a surge in repossessions
after the devastating collapse in the property market.
When it comes to repossessions
, some of them do whatever requires the least amount of effort and resources, according to AFG.
Also included in the video is a set of guidelines that repossession
agents can use to make sure that, if and when the CFPB or another regulatory agency comes knocking on their door, they will be ready.
The CML said the slight quarteron-quarter increase in repossessions
was a normal seasonal upturn.
In addition, the Comment's reference to the "assistance" of law-enforcement officers may only intend to prohibit law-enforcement officers from actively facilitating repossession
, rather than standing by to keep the peace.
A test case is being taken to the Financial Ombudsman Service by a Glasgow homeowner who was billed PS10,000 in legal expenses for a failed repossession
The CML said the lower repossession
rates among owner-occupiers reflects the "significant" forbearance being shown by lenders, who are trying to keep people in their own homes.
Campbell Robb, chief executive of Shelter, said: "This research paints a frightening picture of repossession
hotspots in the North East.
Four months later, government housing minister John Healey announced the extension of the nationwide It's Your Home campaign to help homeowners avoid repossession