Platform has cut its two-year fixed rate from its previous deal of 1.64% to 1.59% for loans up to 60% loan-to-value (LTV) with an arrangement fee of £999.
Aviva has increased its free life cover for parents to £15,000 per parent, per child and is now available to parents of under-fives.
The launch of property portal Onthemarket.com has created “the single biggest conflict of interest” witnessed between agents and their clients, according to Zoopla CEO Alex Chesterman.
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Mortgage Advice Bureau Group increased its seller numbers 22% by 113 from 521 to 634 in 12 months last year.
Specialist broker and packager Brightstar has appointed ex-Magellan Business Development Manager (BDM) Chris Bennett as its first BDM.
HMRC's crackdown on tax avoidance and evasion by people who it calls "mass affluent" saw an income boost of 60% in the last year, a new report has claimed.
The Post Office is to amalgamate its range of financial products under a new brand in its bid to become a leading 'challenger' in UK financial services.
Left-wing anti-austerity party Syriza has secured a commanding election victory in Greece overnight, setting the scene for a stand-off between the country and its creditors.
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Ex-Treasury minister Mark Hoban is to quit parliament from May.
NatWest is the latest lender to add its name to the Mortgage Compliance and Insurance club (MCI) joining the ranks of Halifax and Nationwide, to name a few.
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