Brokers have backed a building society chief's claim that high street lenders have “lost their nerve” on underwriting.
More than half of commercial mortgage brokers reported an increase in completed deals in the past quarter, according to a Shawbrook Bank survey.
Fraudulent brokers and solicitors could take advantage of the Help to Buy scheme if the mortgage industry fails to act, a senior police officer has warned.
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Broker Conveyancing is giving mortgage advisers the chance to win a HP tablet computer at next week’s Financial Services Expo.
More than half of mortgage brokers think the government should cancel the mortgage guarantee phase of Help to Buy amid continued criticism of the scheme.
Shawbrook Bank’s boss has thanked brokers for helping the challenger bank lend more than £1bn in just under three years.
Predicting house price rises often seems as easy as predicting the weather.
The Association of Mortgage Intermediaries (AMI) has welcomed the FCA’s decision to offer a rebate to consumer credit licence holders.
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Could this be the summer of the broker-lender love-in? Half of intermediary lenders increased the number of brokers they worked with this year, according to an Intermediary Mortgage Lenders Association survey published last week.
A third of brokers saw successful applications grow in the first half of 2013 as more gained access to intermediary lenders, the Intermediary Mortgage Lenders Association has reported.
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