View more on these topics

M2-D&P double offer

They are offering a refund of valuation up to the value of £270 on mortgages from, Kensington, London Mortgage Company; Mortgages plc; Preferred Mortgages; and, SPML.

 

They are also offering a free mortgage lead for any case that goes to valuation for any of their lender partners.   The leads are sourced through the leading personal finance website moneysupermarket.com.

 

Vanessa Blount, general manager of m2-d&p, says:”Normally offers from packagers just benefit one party, either the introducer or the client.  

However m2-d&p&#39s double offer benefits both, with mortgage applicants receiving their valuation refunded and the intermediary getting a mortgage lead to allow them to write further business.

 

“Part of being a competitive packager is providing incentives that help grow the market. This double offer is the latest in a long line of such deals that brokers who use m2-d&p have benefited from. This offer, like all those that preceded it, and all those to come, was developed by listening to the brokers that give advice on mortgages and developing incentives to make their jobs easier.”

Recommended

Optoma network to rebrand

Managing director Matthew Bright says it does not want the likes of Sesame and St James&#39s Place – which deal with Optoma Broker Solutions, a business to business processing operation – to think its network is in competition with them. Bright says: “We want to distance our network from the Optoma brand and will be […]

Steve Wright wins Trigold&#39s Prospector AAA launch competition

The competition was run to mark the launch of Trigold&#39s Prospector AAA software, which was launched on July 30, to provide intermediaries with the tools they need to approach regulation with confidence. The prize is a unique collection of framed memorabilia autographed by Sir Geoff Hurst at a closed signing session. Housed in an attractive […]

Dramatic decline in mortgage enquiries as consumer confidence plunges

The figures reveal a significant decline, almost 50%, in the numbers of buyers looking to take out new mortgages between March 2004 and the end of August. Moneynet data shows that 37,000 people made mortgage enquiries through the service at the beginning of March, a period of intense activity in the housing market. But by […]

CML figures fuel fears of HBOS market dominance

The Council of Mortgage Lenders&#39 annual list of top lenders names HBOS as the biggest lender for the second year running, both by size and by total mortgage assets in 2003. HBOS&#39 estimated market share of gross mortgage lending in the year is 26.0%, while Abbey&#39s is 10.7%. If HBOS was to be successful in […]