The 1.4 million borrowers likely to face higher mortgage costs this year as a result of payment shock will be offered advice by the Money Advice Trust and the Council of Mortgage Lenders. Supported by the House of Commons, MAT has been working with the CML to publish advice for clients expected to be affected by sharp increases in their mortgage repayments.
My blood boiled when I read Julian Wells’ patronising article last week. Who is he to preach about brokers putting borrowers first?
Prime Minister Gordon Brown claims the UK is well placed to deal with the global economic crisis.
The Mortgage Alliance has registered 7,000 members to its mortgage club.Since its launch seven years ago TMA has grown steadily over time but, despite market turmoil in the first quarter of 2008, this growth has accelerated with the mortgage club already signing up over 500 brokers since the beginning of the year.TMA believes strong relationships […]
I’m writing to express my dissatisfaction and frustration after finding out that First Active has changed its retention strategy the hard way.
Jamie Clark gives the lowdown on what happens when an employer fails to pay auto-enrolment fines. An employer has been served County Court Judgement (CCJ) for failing to pay auto-enrolment fines, according to the latest data from The Pensions Regulator (TPR). The CCJ TPR cite a case where a removal company continually ignored them despite […]
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