Scottish Widows Bank says that mortgage lending for 2006 was £1.03bn – up 23% on 2005. It also says mortgage balances as of December 31 2006 stood at £5.6bn. 2006 was Scottish Widows Bank’s 12th successive year of growth.
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CHL Mortgages has increased the lending limits on its range of self-cert products.
Scarborough has come under fire following revelations that its subsidiary lender will launch a direct-to-consumer lending arm.
When Gordon Brown stands up this week it will be his 11th and most likely final Budget. Unless there is a big political upset, Brown will be walking through the door of 10 Downing Street as Prime Minister in a matter of months.
Kensington Mortgages is looking to bring in new affordability criteria on remortgages for Scottish borrowers who have signed protected trust deeds.
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