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Unlocking the potential of HIPs

Quest Associates is inviting visitors to unlock their Home Information Pack potential throughout the Mortgage Business Expo London this week on November 16 and 17 at Earls Court 2.

As sponsors of the Technology Zone, at 10.15am and 2pm each day Quest will be demonstrating how best to access, develop, collate and share the critical elements of the HIP and the Home Condition Report.

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Cheval rebrands and launches broker website

Cheval, the London based bridging finance lender, is revealing a comprehensive rebranding and launching a website packed with features for the busy broker.Cheval, which has seen business levels rise significantly since it issued its code of conduct in October, has redesigned its website in response to market research among brokers. The site boasts functionality such […]

Borrowers continue to opt for fixed rates

Mortgages Direct, the financial subsidiary of Spicerhaart, has revealed that more borrowers are continuing to opt for fixed rate deals because they arent convinced low level of interest rates will hold.Research from Mortgages Direct shows 96% of borrowers opt for fixed rate deals of two to five years. Peter Gladdy, director of Mortgages Direct, says: […]

Dear Delia

I am advising a young couple who are looking to buy their first home in the next couple of months.

The Mortgage Mole

Salutes You, Sir Another hard week for the staffers at Mortgage Strategy and one that saw the team celebrating at Liverpool Street’s Great Eastern Hotel after scooping runner-up slot at the Bradford & Bingley Media Awards. And what a cause for celebration. They might only be runners-up but no other mortgage mags got a mention […]

Auto-enrolment

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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