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em- strengthens its commercial mortgages offering

em- has brought in two time-served bankers with over 60 years experience in commercial lending as well as specialists in commercial administration to sharpen processes its commercial offering.

em-commercial now offers development finance, cash flow funding / factoring products and 100% deals amongst its commercial range . They offer a hands best advice service.which is tailored to the individual broker needs, ensuring that they work with the broker in a manner that suits.

Michael Nicholson, head of operations, em-, says: “Here at em- we see the current uncertainties in the commercial market as a great opportunity for our brokers and IFA’s. Although today’s market is extremely difficult we are still able to get the majority of our deals underwritten. Thanks to the support of our new commercial team we can see this as an ongoing success for em- ”


Brokers told to focus on conveyancing

Mortgage brokers and IFAs could have missed out on £330m in extra in-come in the past five years by neglecting the conveyancing needs of clients.Easier2Move says an estimated 60% of brokers have been failing to recommend conveyancers to their clients.The firm claims that with fees at around £100 per referral, the average broker has missed […]

Alana Heaton joins Alexander Hall

Mortgage Strategy display sales executive Alana Heaton is joining London-based mortgage firm Alexander Hall to train as a broker.

Jobs for the boys as brokers suffer

Kevin Paterson takes a weekly peek at the latest developments in the market and brings you what’s hot and what’s not in the world of mortgages

How to cut mortgage fraud risk

Recent figures from Financial Fraud Action UK revealed a financial scam was committed, on average, every 15 seconds during the first six months of 2016, says Roy Armitage, head of credit at Lendinvest. That represents a 53 per cent rise year-on-year, with these scams coming in all shapes and sizes. Furthermore, a staggering 56 per cent of […]


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