The United Group is aiming to make the transition to using Home Information Packs straightforward with its eConveyancer system and with the help of other mortgage-related organisations.The United Group owns technology that facilitates the electronic flow of information between organisations involved in the house buying process. It now plans to develop a proposition for the HIP market. Alan Dring, sales director of The United Group, believes eConveyancer can make the process of gathering information for and producing HIPS more efficient, with the help of other organisations. Dring says: “We have the technical expertise and, by working with other organisations, can develop a proposition which acts as a springboard into this emerging market.”
Advantage Home Loans has reported a record number of mortgage enquiries following the launch of e:valuate this week. Kate Huet, marketing director at Advantage, says: “When we were setting up e:valuate, we knew that this would be revolutionary for the sector an industry first that provides brokers with much more than sub-prime product sourcing, as […]
Mortgage 2000 has launched an exclusive product from Leeds. It is a 100% mortgage at 5.72% fixed for five years with no upfront fees. The product will be available via a number of channels including m2-mortgage club, m2-d&p and Casemaster.
Education secretary Ruth Kelly and trade and industry secretary Alan Johnson says the Financial Services Skills Council has been successful in its bid to create a National Financial Services Academy. The NFSA is scheduled to open in September 2006, with an initial three centres in London, Manchester and Norwich. Further centres will be developed in […]
One in three UK flood victims fear the threat of flooding is increasing, and nearly half believe their property will be at risk again, new research reveals.Despite this, 80% of home owners say they would not consider making changes to their homes to provide better protection against flood damage. This is why Norwich Union is […]
Health Shield has performed its own tribute to the viral sensation ‘Harlem Shake’ in a bid to raise £1,000 for Comic Relief.
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