Mortgage Intelligence has completed an exclusive deal with finance broker Norton Finance in the secured lending second charge sector whereby clients can borrow up to 125% LTV with a term from three to 30 years at interest rates starting from 6.3%. Norton will provide a same day decision in principle as well as keeping members updated throughout the application process.Sally Laker, managing director of MI, says: “This is what brokers have been asking for – genuine choice and service in the secured lending sector.” The secured loans are available for most purposes including buy-to-let, high-rise flats and Right to Buy.
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UCB Home Loans, the specialist lender of Nationwide, is broadening its self-cert mortgage range with the introduction of a two-year tracker with no early repayment charge on Monday October 31 2005. The product will be priced at Bank of England base rate plus 1.29%, giving a current rate of 5.79%.On the same date, the lender […]
During the summer months, Darlington ran a couple of mortgage promotions designed to generate interest locally in the Societys mortgage products.The first promotion was Recommend a Friend where existing members of the society were able to recommend their friends or family members for a Darlington mortgage and earn themselves 100 at the same time. The […]
The Yorkshire is the first company in the UK to pay for a guide dog puppy through its first year of life from the donation of mobile phones. Over 1,500 old phones have been begged from the Societys staff and customers to achieve this fantastic result.The campaign to buy a guide dog from old mobile […]
As millions prepare for tonight’s Halloween parties, Lloyds TSB Insurance is warning homeowners to brace themselves for a spate of trick or treating disasters.The insurer says claims for malicious damage could triple following Halloween this year. After October 31 last year, insurance claims shot up by almost 150%.Some of the quirkier claims made following last […]
The era of loose monetary policy created an environment that rewarded passive investors in the US. However, with the US raising interest rates for the first time since 2006, Felix Wintle explains why he believes active investing will be more important than ever. In the video Felix discusses: The rising cost of capital and its […]
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