Metro Bank has refreshed pricing on both its residential and buy-to-let mortgage products.
Metro Bank has agreed a panel management deal with conveyancing services provider LMS.
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The dog-friendly financial services challenger Metro Bank has doubled its lending to business and personal customers over 2014 to hit £1,597m at the end of Q4, up from £754m at the same point last year.
Metro Bank has widened its lending area for intermediaries to allow residential and buy-to-let applications for properties located throughout England and Wales.
The Nottingham Building Society is set to launch three discounted rate products over a two-year period aimed at the residential market.
Metro Bank is reducing its rates on its residential two-year fixed rate and tracker mortgages.
Metro Bank has cut rates across its five-year fixed rate mortgage range starting from 2.84% available up to 60% loan-to-value.
Metro Bank has increased its lending in Q3 to £1,389m, an increase of 146% year-on-year, its financial statement has shown.
Mortgage Intelligence has expanded its panel of lenders with the appointment of Metro Bank.
Precise Mortgages has widened its criteria for self-employed customers in a bid to grow market share in this area.
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Metro Bank has set aside a £100m tranche of funds to be lent out through members of the National Association of Commercial Finance Brokers (NACFB).
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