From Wesley BuddWe successfully ran a summer advertising campaign around the amazing game of cricket. This included headlines such as ‘Knocking the competition for six,’ and ‘Howzat for a self-cert mortgage?’ So imagine how delighted I was when I came across an advert in Mortgage Strategy for Mortgage Trust proclaiming: ‘Knock the competition for six with buy-to-let rates…’ Imitation is the highest form of flattery so thank you Mortgage Trust for trying to emulate our campaign, and I wish you all the best.
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The Money Centre, one of the UKs leading providers of buy-to-let mortgages, has processed a record amount of buy-to-let mortgage applications in the month of August. The Money Centre turned over 136.4m worth of mortgages, its best ever month recorded, and is on course to break this record again in September.Compared to August 2004, The […]
Commercial First has unveiled a range of near prime commercial mortgage products and major improvements to its sub-prime range.Under the sub brand of Choice, the company has for the first time focused upon delivering a product for the conforming business customer.Stephen Johnson, sales and marketing director at Commercial First says: “This move has been the […]
Research conducted by UCB Home Loans shows that intermediaries have a strong belief in the benefits of buy-to-let, with 46% already owning buy-to-let properties themselves. Furthermore, even if they do not already own a buy-to-let property, 68% will be considering putting buy-to-let property into a Self Invested Personal Pension when this becomes possible next year.However, […]
Pink has announced the winner of its 6th Pink 1000 Index survey. Ronald Burke of Midas Mortgage Associates based in Gillingham has been independently selected to receive a satellite navigation system for taking part in Pinks 6th Pink 1000 Index survey.Burke says: “I am delighted to have been selected as the winner of the satellite […]
Do macro headlines create white noise which impacts market prices? Portfolio Manager at Harris Associates, David Herro, discusses how market volatility can create opportunities to buy good business at a discount.
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