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The Mortgage Works withdraws product range

The Mortgage Works is withdrawing its product range today and announcing a new range of products within the next few days.

Brokers must ensure any decision in principles are completed via TMW Online by 2pm today.

Any DIPs must be progressed to full mortgage application by 8pm Monday 23 February 2009.

Paper applications, where applicable, must be postmarked up to Monday 23
February 2009 and there is no booking system in place for these products.

New business limited company applications will no longer be accepted and all limited company applications on current products must be received into TMW’s offices by Monday 2 March 2009.

Further advances for existing limited company customers will continue to be accepted.


Demand for rented accommodation up 56%

Your Move says that demand for rented accommodation boomed 56% over the last year.Despite a 7.6% month on month slowdown in the number of people signing up to new leases, rental demand in January 2009 was up a massive 56.4% on 2008. David Newnes, managing director of Your Move, says: “As far as the 2008 […]

Mortgage activity sees slight increase in January

Mortgage approval activity for January increased slightly to £7.6bn but fell almost 60% from the same time last year, figures from the British Bankers’ Association reveals.The January figure is up from the £7.3bn recorded for approved mortgage loans in December, but is markedly down by 59.4% from the previous year.House purchase loans were up marginally […]

Select & Protect strengthens board

General insurance provider Select & Protect has appointed Paul Firkins to the board of Select & Protect, following a stint as its head of sales. Bruce Reid, managing director of Select & Protect, says: “I am delighted to welcome Paul to the board of Select & Protect. This appointment is important to the future of […]


White paper — Dubai International Insights

Jelf Employee Benefits discusses the legislative changes in Dubai, available medical facilities and policy considerations for employers with expatriate workforces in the country. This edition will be of particular interest to global human resource directors, compensation and benefits specialists and mobility managers who have employee populations in Dubai, or are considering operating there in the near future.


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