Precise expects to increase mortgage lending over the next 12 months on the back of renewed optimism in the housing market.
The Mortgage Works is targeting first-time landlords by opening up its range of buy-to-let deals.
Advisers selling equity release products are still facing significant problems with client misconceptions over about the sector.
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The Financial Conduct Authority has warned borrowers about an unregulated mortgage adviser promising self-certified and 100% plus LTV loans.
Advisers operating post-Retail Distribution Review must create enduring relationships regardless of whether they make a sale, a Legal & General director has argued.
The Money Advice Service sees more queries about mortgages than any other product, chief executive Caroline Rookes has revealed.
Advisers should use Skype to communicate with the clients of the clients if they want to stay in the industry, according to Towergate Financial’s chief executive.
Mortgage brokers are likely to face accusations of ‘mortgage mis-selling’ fuelled by claims management companies, a property lawyer has warned.
Accord has increased the maximum loan-to-value it will lend on flats and apartments to 90% in order to help first-time buyers.
After £16.4bn of lending last year, BM Solutions' Ian Carswell says there's plenty more to come over the next five years.
Mortgage Advice Bureau has expanded its high street presence with the opening of a fifth mortgage shop in Swindon.
In a world increasingly dominated by social media we are in danger of spending less time face to face with our clients.
Two-thirds of mortgage brokers anticipate that this year will be more productive than 2012, according to the latest Mortgage Solutions People’s Poll.
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