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Opting for xit2

Saffron Walden Herts & Essex has turned to xit2 to provide the online system for its panel manager Legal Marketing Services to manage external valuations.

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Rooftop launches capped self-cert for heavy adverse borrowers

Non-conforming lender Rooftop Mortgages is launching a limited edition heavy adverse, self-cert mortgage up to 75% LTV.There has been a flurry of light adverse capped rate launches into the market recently and the Rooftop product is specifically tailored to meet the needs of the heavy adverse sector, including unlimited arrears and CCJs.The product is capped […]

Buyers stick to what they know

Research by the Post Office finds that nearly four in 10 home owners purchase their buildings or contents insurance through their mortgage provider despite the possibility of better deals elsewhere. Less than one in 10 change their home insurance provider annually, with 40% never changing and a further 28% rarely doing so.

Orchard & Shipman source 1,500 B2L for Edinburgh Council

1,500 buy to let properties will be made available to City of Edinburgh Council through an ambitious private sector leasing scheme that goes live this week. Through the scheme the authority leases the housing neededthrough one specialist provider who sources the properties from buy to let landlords.Property services group Orchard & Shipman plc has contracted […]

The Mortgage Mole

WIND UPMole had to confront his fear of heights last week at Mortgage Express’ 10th anniversary party. Held at the plush rooftop garden of Coq d’Argent on Poultry, the venue affords stunning views of the City and an, erm, different, climate according to MEX chairman Tim Dawson. During Dawson’s speech at the Silver Chicken about […]

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Financial advice can benefit customers by £40,000

New research shows those customers who receive financial advice can be better off on average by £40,000 We’ve sponsored a research project with the International Longevity Centre – UK (ILC-UK) to produce ‘The Value of Financial Advice’ report. This independent research demonstrates that customers who take financial advice can, on average, be £40,000 better off than those […]

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