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UCB modifies rates across range

UCB Home Loans is slashing rates on its self-cert and buy-to-let two-year tracker products. However, it is increasing fixed rates on its prime self-cert and buy- to-let two, three and five-year products, its near-prime self- cert and full-status deals, as well as its prime full-status two and three-year products.

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Pink enhances GI proposition

Pink Homes Loans has enhanced its general insurance proposition by offering its members more providers to choose from. It found that 90% brokers surveyed stated that they prefer to have the choice of using both of Pinks general insurance providers; first4cover and Paymentshield, whereas, just one in ten wanted to use a single provider. Phil […]

Abbey reprices fixed rates

Abbey has repriced its two-year fixed rates from 5.49% through its intermediary arm. And its five-year fixed rates are now available from 6.14% through all channels.

TML appoints head of mortgages

The Mortgage Lender has appointed Kevin Chapman as head of mortgages. He has 20 years’ experience in mortgages and consumer credit and will help TML grow its presence in the remortgage and loan sectors.

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