GMAC-RFC awarded Praxis Mortgage Solutions the top prize at its inaugural quarterly Partners marketing awards.The judging panel was made up of Jeff Knight, director of marketing at GMAC-RFC, Roger Brown, director of GMAC-RFC Partners and Robert Thickett, news editor at Mortgage Strategy. The panel chose Praxis as the winner for its online marketing campaign which featured detailed information about GMAC-RFC Partners. BDS Mortgages and C2-Financial were also short listed contenders. Helen James, senior marketing executive at GMAC-RFC, says: “We had a great response to our first Partners marketing awards and saw some great marketing campaigns undertaken to push the Partners range. “We rely on our partners to take this range to market on our behalf so this award was created to recognise companies that come up with strong and innovative marketing campaigns.” She adds: “This is a quarterly award and we have already seen some good campaigns being produced by some of our partners that we hope will be entered for next quarter’s award.” Dudley Aldous, sales and marketing director at Praxis, says: “We’re delighted to win the award and it’s a great achievement for our marketing campaign.”
Personal Touch Financial Services has released its six months trading figures, showing that mortgages is 111% up on H1 2005.The results also show that group turnover was 35m, 36% up on H1 2005.The network says it is on target to exceed 90m in 2006. It made a profit of 1.1m which is 51% up on […]
I’m on holiday enjoying the remote beauty of the Exmoor National Park. One of the perks, but also the pains, of a holiday in the wilds is that it is difficult to get service on your mobile phone or internet connection. Which is why the initial impulse to move out of the urban sprawl and relocate to the peace and quiet of the countryside has quickly worn off.
Mortgage Express has launched a range of two-year fixed rate deals on self-certification mortgages.The move comes in direct response to recent broker research indicating strong consumer demand for two year deals.Key features of the fixed rate products include a 90% LTV, with a 999 fee, a pay rate of 5.49% until September 30 2008 and […]
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