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MMC links with eConveyancer

eConveyancer is now available via the Mortgage Marketing Centre. This gives MMC appointed representatives access to eConveyancer’s online system.

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Goldsmith Williams Overseas to offer advice at Mortgage Expo

Goldsmith Williams Overseas Limited (GWOL) will host Mortgage Expos first Overseas Legal Advice Centre with lawyer partners from countries including Spain, Cyprus and Turkey located in the Property Investment Pavilion.Visitors to this years Mortgage Expo at Earls Court will have the opportunity to receive guidance on how best to advise clients considering buying property overseas. […]

MP hails Mortgage Strategy as GE cancels repossession.

MP Siobhain McDonagh has thanked Mortgage Strategy for helping save two of her constituents from repossession over a high interest load of 21.9% from GE Money.But the Labour MP says she still has concerns over the way the loan was sold and its high rate which she described as “astonishing”.As exclusively revealed in Mortgage Strategy […]

One in three chance that house prices will fall by 2010

there is a one in three chance that house prices will drop by 2010, according to projections from PricewaterhouseCoopers.The financial consultant’s report considers three possible outcomes. The first is historic based on trends from the past 30 years which suggest that prices will continue to rise.Then there is a central scenario based on the reasoning […]

Mortgages PLC appoints marketing manager

Mortgages PLC has appointed Kirsteen Gibb to the newly created role of marketing communications manager.Gibb is responsible for managing all aspects the lender’s brand communications activity including advertising, marketing materials and events. Based in Glasgow, she reports to head of marketing, Julian Wells. Previously marketing communications consultant with Norwich Union International, Gibb has relocated from […]

India Election Update

What a difference six months makes. Speaking in September last year, we had warned of ‘excessive pessimism’ afflicting the market’s perception of India. Since then, responsible central bank policy from the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), alongside improving global growth, has meant that India’s macro environment is strengthening quickly. The current account deficit has shrunk, inflation is falling and the government has embarked on a heavy dose of much needed fiscal consolidation. As a result, the rupee has been one of the strongest global currencies this year while the market has touched all-time highs, rallying by more than 20 per cent (GBP) since September. This begs the question: are we now in a period of ‘irrational exuberance’? Not yet.

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