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The Specialist Lending Event 2022 gallery

The Specialist Lending Event kicked off this week, with events in Solihull on Wednesday an...

  • Feb 04, 2022
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Bluestone instigates raft of sales and marketing team promotions

Bluestone Mortgages confirmed a flurry of title changes among the sales and marketing team...

  • Jan 27, 2022
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Expats, adverse credit and contractors among popular broker queries in Q4

Expat lending, adverse credit and employees with irregular work patterns were some of the ...

  • Jan 17, 2022
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The ‘biggest opportunity’ lies in delivering ‘best customer experience out there’– Walker

The biggest opportunity in 2022 and beyond will be in “delivering the best customer expe...

  • Jan 13, 2022
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More borrowers with adverse credit aim to seek professional mortgage advice – Pepper

An increasing number of people with adverse credit would consider going to a mortgage brok...

  • Jan 11, 2022
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Complex credit lending expected to grow but rate rises a challenge – Seddon

Complex credit lending has grown in 2021 and is only expected to expand further in the com...

  • Jan 04, 2022
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UTB ups maximum first charge loan size to £1m

United Trust Bank has increased the maximum mortgage size for first charge residential loa...

  • Dec 22, 2021
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One in five with adverse credit plan to buy property in 2022

Around 18 per cent of people with adverse credit plan to buy a property in the next 12 mon...

  • Dec 15, 2021
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‘We’re seeing more self-employed complex income cases with no adverse’ – Griffiths

Steve Griffiths sales and product director TML said since the pandemic began, self-employe...

  • Dec 08, 2021
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HMOs, chain-break bridging and adverse credit among key growth areas – Jannels

The specialist sector will grow in importance in the next few years and key areas of growt...

  • Nov 30, 2021
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