Mortgage Strategy paid over £3,000 for a table at this year’s Broomstick Ball at a charity auction in Epsom last Friday. The Broomstick Ball is organised by Deirdre McManus, head of sales at Bristol & West.
RBS Intermediary Partners is extending the NatWest five for two fees deal for intermediaries’ buy-to-let remortgage clients. The fees deal, launched last month, allows intermediaries’ clients who have buy-to-let portfolios with another lender, to remortgage up to five properties with NatWest and only have to pay two arrangement fees. Brokers now have until June 29 […]
Brokers boast about never receiving complaints, but the FOS’ latest review shows they are rising. So it’s best to prepare for the worst and record everything from now on, says Rob Griffiths
Kensington Group has performed a U-turn on its decision to enter the commercial mortgage market in the wake of its takeover by Investec.The group has confirmed it will enter the commercial market with the extra funds available to it once the takeover is complete.The lender ditched plans back in January to move into the market […]
April lending figures from the British Bankers’ Association show mortgage demand is moderating in the face of rising rates. April’s gross mortgage lending of £17.3bn was 12% up on April 2006, reflecting a 10% annual growth in house prices and strong remortgaging activity.
Jamie Clark – Business Development Manager, Royal London Further to its investigation into the collapse of BHS and the impact on its pension scheme, the Work and Pensions Select Committee sets out its recommendation for defined benefits (DB) schemes going forward. We take a look at the main findings. Not all employers are naughty The report […]
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