The latest piece of evidence pointing to a recovering mortgage market, with gross lending at its highest quarterly level since 2008.
Packagers are back, it seems. Is this a sign that the market is beginning to cater for more than just ‘vanilla’ borrowers?
John Charcol’s Ray Boulger tells us why all of the evidence points to the Bank rate staying low for a good few years.
Take a look at all of the winners at this year’s Mortgage Strategy awards, the Oscars of the mortgage world.
All evidence points to the Bank rate staying low for a good few years. Add QE tapering, Chinese banks’ fragility and the horrors of the euro, and gilt yields are not looking great
Some brokers think their jobs are done if they refer a client for a secured loan, but they should be keeping track of the outcome
Already this year we have seen a number of commentators and politicians express concern about the potential for a housing bubble fuelled by Help to Buy 2
The word ‘potential’ is often associated with phrases such as ‘could do better’ or ‘must try harder’.
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”It is a different generation that is reaching retirement now and one with more knowledge of financial services”
This week Media Spotlight casts an eye over Dave Trott’s book, Predatory Thinking, in which he explains what creatives and communicators have to do if they want to ‘out-think the competition’.