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Pink training day teaches advisers

Pink Home Loans’ members last week had a day of training and development to help them learn more about the mortgage market. Advisers had the opportunity to listen to guest speakers making presentations on subjects such as secured loans and edeus’s plans for the intermediary market. David Copland, sales and marketing director at Pink Home Loans, says: “The seminars were informative and popular. It was great to get the vast majority of our appointed representatives in one place to share ideas on maximising their income opportunities.”


Quick thinking…

A weekend’s loan of a Ferrari F430 supercar was up for grabs on QuickBridge’s stand at the Mortgage Business Expo last week. Entrants to the competition, run in association with Mortgage Strategy, had to say why they deserved the use of the car. The winner was Surrey-based adviser John Boyce (pictured are QuickBridge managing director […] launches Right to Buy scheme has launched a service on its site, provided by First Home Direct that offers a Right to Buy scheme.A survey on first-time buyers’ website has revealed that 99% of aspiring first-time buyers think that rent money is dead money and that they wish that some of their rent was going towards their first […]

DB boosts its sub-prime criteria

DB Mortgages has stepped up its presence in the sub-prime specialist market with several improvements to its lending criteria. The changes follow an internal review and feedback from packagers.

Mortgage Next teams up with edeus

Edeus has agreed to be one of the passport panel of lenders for Mortgage Next.Mortgage Next brokers can now access any of edeus products and they will benefit from 75 in addition to edeus standard procuration fee for all cases submitted before the end of the year.The Passport scheme offers brokers a package of benefits […]


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