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Reassurance on energy inspectors

The Association of Home Information Pack Providers is reassuring the industry that there will be enough energy assessors to provide homes with Energy Performance Certificates by June 2007.



It was great to see swaps creep down for a change last week. They edged back after about four weeks of steady increases. Longer term swaps decreased sharply.

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 […]

Affirmative Finance launches easy pay scheme

Affirmative Finance has launched a scheme designed to make monthly repayments more manageable. The easy pay plan defers half of the monthly interest payment until the redemption of the bridging loan. Easy Pay is available for loans secured against both residential and commercial property and applies to both regulated and unregulated loans. A borrower can […]

moneyQuest launches secured loans service

moneyQuest has launched a fee-free secured loans service aimed at the small to medium sized broker market.The service, called moneyQuest Loans, is designed for brokers looking to deliver loans to the highest industry standards in a largely unregulated financial services area.Derek Pollard, moneyQuest director, believes his companys combined mortgage and personal loan experience sets moneyQuest […]


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