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Blemain Group offers help to First National brokers

Blemain Group has reiterated its appetite for business following the announcement that GE Money Home Lending has pulled its First National range and cut distribution.

Blemain Group says it is willing to consider cases from brokers who have found themselves unable to submit business in time.

Gary Bailey, director at Blemain Group, says: “Blemain Group has a strong appetite for new business and substantial funding in place.

“We cater for a diverse range of niche lending requirements and our new plans cover the whole spectrum of client status, from prime though light adverse to heavy adverse.”

He adds: “Even if a case falls outside of our standard criteria we will always take a view and work with brokers to try and find a solution.”


Average house price slumps to 2006 level

House prices in England and Wales fell by 0.9% in March, taking them back to March 2006 levels, shows the latest data from Acadametrics.

Sesame hosts mortgage events for advisers

Business development and diversifying into new product areas will be key themes for Sesame as it embarks on Mortgage Extra Live, its latest round of regional mortgage events.

BuildStore calls for self-build funding boost

Self-build specialist BuildStore is calling for more funding from lenders to help meet the demand for self-build, which would pull construction workers out of the dole queue.


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