Solent Mortgage Services has launched its 10th mortgage brand, Collingwood Homeloans, in association with Kensington Mortgages.Collingwood will be the first fully branded partnership launched by Kensington. Paul Robinson, chief executive officer of SMS, says: “Kensington has been a long-term partner for a number of years and we are thrilled that it has chosen SMS as its first partner in full branded lending. “Apart from the technology link brokers have found useful, there will be exciting products in the pipeline.” Keith Street, director of sales at Kensington, says: “We are delighted to be launching this branded partnership with SMS.”
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A group of 20 Home Management Ltd staff will be embarking upon a five day charity bike ride on Monday June 12, as the USA takes on the Czech Republic and Italy plays Ghana.Taking in each of the companys four sites, the Tour de HML plans to raise at least 35,000 for a number of […]
Moody’s has upgraded Leeds’ credit rating. Financial institutions use the rating to assess the credit risk of banks and building societies and their ability to meet financial obligations.Leeds was one of only two societies to receive an improved rating.According to Moody’s, the upgrade reflects the good financial performance of Leeds in recent years, particularly its […]
Advantage Home Loans, the UKs original branded mortgage arranger in the sub-prime market has chosen Teenage Cancer Trust as it’s charity of the year. Staff from Advantage will be committed to organising activities to raise funds for Teenage Cancer Trust, a charity which supports teenagers and young adults with cancer. Teenage Cancer Trust builds dedicated […]
House price inflation means would-be first-time buyers in London saving for a deposit will not cross the finishing line before the start of the 2012 Olympics.As the cost of housing continues to soar, figures released by The Co-operative Bank show that first-time buyers must save for longer in order to find the amount needed for […]
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