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Newcastle unveils two products

Newcastle has launched two mortgage products.

The three-year stepped discount deal offers an annual sequential discount from 3% to 1% on SVR until January 31 2010. The two-year fixed deal with extended tie-in has a rate of 1.80%.


Amber launches products through key account packagers

Amber Homeloans Limited has launched a range of semi-exclusive adverse products only available through Amber’s key account packagers.This new three-month LIBOR-linked range spans the adverse market from Feather through to super heavy adverse, with 18 and 30 month fixed rate options.Highlights include the heavy adverse products up to 85% LTV (full status or self certification) […]

W3 Debt Solutions promotes IVA scheme

New figures released from W3 Debt Solutions show that banks and other lenders should recover an average of 48p in the pound of their unsecured bad debts under W3s Individual Voluntary Arrangements schemes.Reducing bad debts will be increasingly important for lenders as bank base rates climb from their current levels of 4.75% to a predicted […]

Amber releases new products

Amber Homeloans has launched several new products throughout its range.The new offers range from near prime through to super heavy adverse, as well as the buy-to-let, adverse buy-to-let, and prime self-certification ranges.The heavy adverse is available up to 85% LTV, with two-year discounted rates. Up to £15,000 CCJs, and four missed mortgage payment in the […]

Politicians set to talk business

Gordon Brown and David Cameron will present their pro-business credentials at the Confederation of British Industry annual conference next month. With the relationship with business at the top of both men’s agenda, each will be keen to respond to questions at the interactive conference.


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