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MAB raises £5,000 for homeless charity

Mortgage Advice Bureau has raised £5,000 for homeless charity the Estate Agency Foundation. The money was raised by staff and some 400 delegates at MAB’s recent ‘2010 and Beyond’ conference.

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The Mortgage Market Review gives plenty of food for thought but it should be remembered that it is only a discussion paper and stakeholders still have the opportunity to respond to the proposals.

September sees 80% year-on-year loan rise

There were £5.9bn worth of house purchase loans approved in September, an 88% increase from September 2008, figures from the British Bankers’ Association show.

We let brokers help their clients after mortgages complete

I have good news for Rob Roberts of Chesterton Grant Mortgages, whose recent letter, headlined ‘Brokers should get ongoing access to their clients’ cases’ (Mortgage Strategy October 12), expressed frustration at lenders’ reluctance to discuss clients’ cases after their mortgages complete. Roberts asks why lenders cut advisers out of the loop. Well, I’m pleased to […]

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