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Northern Rock improves buy-to-let range

Northern Rock has reduced rates on its two and five-year Flexible Base Rate Tracker products.

The two-year product is now available at 5.59% which is 1.09% over the Bank base rate and the five-year product at 5.79%, 1.29% over Bank base rate.

Both products are fully flexible, available up to 87% LTV and for a slightly higher rate, the option of paying no arrangement fee.

The five-year tracker has no Early Repayment Charge.

All product end dates have been extended to January 1 where applicable and all residential rates are unchanged.

All changes will take effect from September 28.


Book now for a place at next year’s Summit

The Mortgage Summit 2006 is set to take place at the exclusive Montecastillo hotel and golf resort in Jerez, Spain from June 21-23 next year. The Mortgage Summit 2005, held at the same venue, was an enormous success and won widespread recognition as the best mortgage event ever. Speaking about this year’s event, Collette Hammond […]

IFS developing commercial mortgage module

A specialist commercial mortgages module is in development at the Institute of Financial Services, with launch expected early 2006. Although the final syllabus has yet to be confirmed, it is anticipated that this module will address the specialist lending requirements of this sector and the range of products that are now available to this market. […]

Please give us more thoughtful and independent articles MS

Every week I open your publication and read articles from the same people proclaiming ‘look how clever and important I am’. Usually these articles are incorrect or contain news any decent broker will already know. Each week we see another piece by one of the usual suspects telling us exclusives such as ‘Brokers should learn […]

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The Budget 2015: a brief overview

Following George Osborne’s delivery of his sixth Budget as chancellor and the last of this current parliament, we have provided a brief overview of the initiatives put forward in his statement, focusing on the topics that have an impact upon the pensions landscape, savings, personal taxation and businesses.


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