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B2L owners target of ID fraud

Buy-to-let property owners are an easy target for identity fraudsters, says CreditExpert.co.uk.

Its research shows landlords are one of the key groups at risk from identity theft.

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Bolton continues packager attack

Michael Bolton, the controversial former head of mortgages at BM Solutions, con- tinued his vitriolic attack on the packager market last week stating that it was the “clear loser of mortgage regulation”. Bolton, fresh from a two-week break in Barbados, says: “Since Mortgage Day, the clear losers have been mortgage packagers. Their position remains as […]

Securah launches website

Securah has launched its website with the aim of making it easier for intermediaries to work with it.

Mortgage Express launches two-year buy-to-let deal

Mortgage Express has today launched a two-year discounted buy-to-let deal. This product is available to UK based borrowers who are investing in or remortgaging a rental property.Key features of the product include a discount of 1.46% for two years (product variable rate Bank of England base rate + 1.75%), a current pay rate of 4.79% […]

Voting begins for Pink Service Awards 2006

The voting lines are now open for the Pink Home Loans Service Awards 2006. The awards recognise service excellence in the financial services industry for lenders, suppliers and intermediaries.Intermediaries can vote for the lenders and suppliers they feel have delivered exceptional service over the past 12 months and the lenders and suppliers get to vote […]

Frexit & contagion risk in Europe

Many commentators have suggested that the UK’s exit from the European Union will trigger a domino effect, leading to its eventual break-up. Neptune’s Rob Burnett discusses the likelihood of this happening. Read more: Important information Investment risks Neptune funds may have a high historic volatility rating and past performance is not a guide for future […]

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