Monmouthshire Building Society boosted its gross mortgage lending by 17%, in the year to April 2011. The Welsh society lent £105m, up from £90m for the previous year. It says this has led to a net rise in the value of its mortgage assets of £41m, taking the total to £550m.
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“Danny and Peter clasped their balls but didn’t realise they were for everyone to play with.” TONY CASTLEPREMIER MORTGAGES & PROTECTION
Abbey for Intermediaries has relaunched its website today with a different layout and design. It says the changes make the website easier to navigate and reduce the number of click-throughs that are required. Miguel Sard, managing director of Abbey, says: “The latest enhancements to our website are designed to support intermediaries by making it quicker […]
Saffron Building Society is reducing the rate on its 95% LTV first-time buyer mortgage from 6.49% to 5.79%.
Xit2 is launching a service to help lenders cut down on solicitor fraud.
Pension specialist Fiona Tait gives an update on three big announcements from the 2016 Budget – Pensions Advice Allowance (PAA), the Lifetime ISA (LISA) and the pension dashboard. £500 Pensions Advice Allowance What’s new Under current rules it is possible to deduct an adviser charge from a defined contribution pension fund to pay for financial […]
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