KGB Packaging is offering self-cert clients the chance to borrow up to 90% LTV with two exclusives from Kensington. The deals comprise a three-year fixed rate at 6.89% and a two-year fixed rate at 6.99%. Both feature a £1,999 completion fee.
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Chancellor Alistair Darling has revealed a plan to spend £8bn more on affordable and social housing.He says this will allow the Housing Corporation to deliver 70,000 homes each year in three years time.He also revealed a plan to help key workers such as nurses and teachers onto the housing ladder.Darling says there will be new […]
Good news here in that we have finally completed the acquisition of Cavendish Mortgages.On the mortagge side we now have 3 well-respected brands in Cobalt Capital, Square Mile and now Cavendish, who are a fine addition to the Cobalt Group.We are delighted to have them on board and not only do we now have one […]
One of the fundamental questions asked by commercial lenders when assessing loan applications is whether the business is profitable and represents an acceptable risk.
E.surv Chartered Surveyors is reporting a shift towards quality by lenders when evaluating property risk. The firm believes that a variety of factors are leading many to conclude that now is a prudent time to reconsider policy and methodology for lenders. Property price growth has slowed or reversed for the first time in the experience […]
The remarkable performance of the TOPIX over the past year has caused many sceptical equity investors to look again at the Japanese market. These returns have come despite very significant problems facing the Japanese economy. Chris Taylor, manager of the Neptune Japan Opportunities Fund, discusses these problems and whether Abenomics will be able to overcome them, enabling the market to continue to rise.
In the video, Taylor addresses the following:
• The size and speed of Japan’s unprecedented monetary policy
• Abenomics and the implications should it fail
• Corporate Japan and beneficiaries of government policy
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