From Doug ParkerThe letter by Christopher Platt about the unsatisfactory service provided by paaleads.com (Mortgage Strategy October 3) is not the first such letter I have read. No doubt Platt and many other mortgage advisers would like to know which lead generation companies do provide good quality leads. Perhaps feedback could be obtained from advisers who have experienced satisfactory service and an article published based on this information. Or failing this, invite readers to submit letters to your magazine on the subject.
Mortgage Times and The Mortgage Business have launched a product to make it easier to obtain a buy-to-let mortgage.The self-cert house to house tracker has a pay rate of 4.99% and a reversionary rate of 1.79% above the Bank base rate.Richard Stokes, head of product development at Mortgage Times, says: This product is ideal for […]
Mortgage Next director Mal McConechy has quit the company after eight years to pursue other interests. And rumours are rife that more departures are on the way. One source tells Mortgage Strategy: “McConechy has left Mortgage Next and it is thought others are set to leave as well.” But Justine Tomlinson, marketing director at Mortgage […]
The former directors of AIT were sentenced to imprisonment today for criminal market abuse. Carl Rigby, 43, the former chairman and chief executive of the software firm, was sentenced at Southwark Crown Court to three years imprisonment and was disqualified from being a company director for six years. Gareth Bailey, 36, the firm’s former financial […]
Following the success of the free valuations offer on all sub-prime ranges in England and Wales, em- has introduced an exclusive free valuations offer to the Scottish market.The free valuations offer in Scotland applies to Right to Buys and remortgages only on sub-prime cases. Roger Morris, managing director at em-, says: “em- group is currently […]
The rollout of Fit for Work (FFW) has now started in England and Wales.
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