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Easier2move in link with KGB

Online conveyancer Easier2move has linked up with mortgage distribution and packager KGB Packaging to offer conveyancing services to its broker clients. KGB Packaging offers products from a panel of lenders across the range of credit profiles from prime to heavy adverse. It is also a member of the Professional Mortgage Packagers Alliance.

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CNLIS warns coal mines may cause subsidence in half UK homes

Council for National Land Information Service has revealed almost half of the homes in Great Britain lie within former and current coal mining areas where there is a potential risk of subsidence.The legacy of disused mining shafts and abandoned shallow underground workings can cause subsidence and fractures above and below the surface many years after […]

Buyers head for cheap houses in the north

SmartNewHomes.com have revealed that escalating house prices are pushing new home-buyers out of the south and into the north.The average price of a new home in London was recorded as £427,875 in October, having grown 14% since the previous year. This positive growth in house prices has been echoed by both the South-East and South-West.As […]

Website unveils search offer

Titlesolv.com is to offer a 20% discount on its search indemnities and defect cover policies when solicitors buy more than one policy. The website, which has also raised its indemnity limit to £2m, is releasing the discount offers following its launch of further lender and owner residential products.

Advantage develops website

Advantage has made developments to its website, e:lect, by enhancing its functionality and registration process.e:lect provides online binding decisions, online applications and online kits.The registration process has been simplified to ensure immediate access to the site, and improved navigation with extra tools such as prompts to remember a users password. Additional functionality enhancements enable existing […]

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Employers fined £52,500 for auto-enrolment failings

By Jamie Clark, Business Development Manager The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has taken the step of naming and shaming employers that have been served County Court Judgments (CCJs) for non-payment of auto-enrolment fines. We take a look at what this means for employers, their employees and advisers Shamed into action? Sixty-four employers have been served CCJs […]

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