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World Cup offer on MT products

The Mortgage Times Group has launched a range of exclusive products in conjunction with Platform which offer free valuations for the duration of the World Cup. All prime products are exempt from the offer. Sub-prime three-year products are 0.1% lower than the standard range including buy-to-let and Right to Buy deals. The near prime bonus two-year fix is 0.3% lower than standard range with an early repayment charge of 6%.

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Blemain appears on c2-Finacial web news cast

Blemain Finance has participated in the c2-Financial weekly web news cast, which is now live. In the video, Marc Goldberg, director, is shown explaining the benefits of secured loans and how, in many cases, they offer more benefits than a full remortgage. Blemain Finance is the secured loans division of Blemain Group, which is now […]

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The World Cup is in full swing in Germany but closer to home, as Arsenal sets the pace in the redevelopment league, buyers should ponder the benefits of living near football stadia, says Barney McCarthy

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A report from Defaqto reveals that the rapid growth of the equity release market is set to continue, driven by changing customer needs and better product design. But a lack of qualified advisers and solicitors is constraining the sector’s potential, the report adds. Market predictions are for new equity release business to nearly double to […]

India rate cut – more to come?

Kunal Desai, Head of Indian Equities at Neptune Investment Management India’s stockmarket rallied this week following news that the central bank was cutting interest rates more aggressively than expected. Commenting on the rate cuts and what this means for India’s economic growth, Kunal Desai notes that there were two important details in the announcement that have […]

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