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Skipton unveils three-year tracker

Skipton has launched a three-year base rate tracker capped at 4.75% which is equivalent to initial monthly payment of 569 for a 100,000 repayment deal.

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Have your say on reversion regulation

Good news last week for the industry with Norwich Union saying that it hopes to have a drawdown lifetime mortgage available in the next month. This is an indication that NU is still committed to this market. We wait to see where the pricing of the product will sit alongside competitors.

EXCLUSIVE: UKValuation loses senior staff to Hometrack

Two senior staff members of UKValuation, a subsidiary of Countrywide Financial Corp, have jumped ship to join rival automated valuations company Hometrack.The provider of automated valuations revealed earlier this week that chief executive officer Graeme Winser and sales director Guy Weightman recently resigned. It has now emerged that both men have joined Hometrack, UKValuation’s biggest […]

MoneyQuest chooses LMS

MoneyQuest, which offers telephone and internet financial services, has chosen LMS to create and manage its on-line conveyancing service for customers. Staff at the brokerage and their clients can also track the progress of the conveyancing process online and there is a no completion no fee guarantee.Dominic Toller, director of marketing and new business at […]

Connells Group appoints mortgage services development directors

The Connells Group has appointed two mortgage services development directors to support its 330 mortgages consultants throughout its network of almost 500 estate agency branches. Will Parfitt and Tim Townsend take on these new roles as Connells Group looks grow its mortgage business. Simon Cross, national mortgage services director, says: After we acquired the Sequence […]

Why your clients need some tough love

In any relationship that matters, professional or personal, you should be upfront with someone if you think they’re making a decision or doing something they might later regret. Being honest with someone and having their best interests at heart, however hard the message, is key to building trust in any relationship. So how does this […]

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