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‘Restricted’ range of shared ownership lenders must change ‒ analysis

Brokers have warned that having only a handful of lenders to choose from on shared ownersh...

  • Sep 20, 2019
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Sainsbury’s looks to sell £1.4bn mortgage book – reports

Sainsbury’s Bank is taking advice on potentially selling its mortgage loan book, accordi...

  • Sep 16, 2019
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Mortgage SVRs remain a ‘major factor’ but many borrowers are not interested – analysis

The intensely deal-driven character of today's mortgage market has shut out conversation a...

  • Sep 10, 2019
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Intermediaries split on including lender funding in advice ‒ analysis

Brokers are divided over to what extent they should consider a lender’s funding position...

  • Sep 05, 2019
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Brokers welcome inter-generational options but want more high LTV deals ‒ analysis

The increasing number of inter-generational products on the market has won praise from int...

  • Aug 02, 2019
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Mortgage advice consultation will mean borrowers get ‘right advice for them’ ‒ UK Finance

Rather than steering borrowers towards execution-only, the FCA’s consultation on mortgag...

  • Jul 10, 2019
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Broker-turned-lender Habito wins plaudits and raises eyebrows on launch – analysis

Habito’s entry to mortgage lending provoked a mixed industry response, with one person d...

  • Jul 09, 2019
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‘People using execution-only will find their journey a lot more challenging than they expected’ – poll result

More than seven in ten brokers are worried that execution-only sales may cause problems fo...

  • Jun 17, 2019
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‘Real value is delivering a mortgage offer on time to enable completion to take place’ – poll result

More than one in three brokers are working harder than ever to demonstrate their value to ...

  • May 31, 2019
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Brokers say conveyancing consolidation a concern due to resulting ‘horrendous’ service levels – analysis

Brokers have emphasised the need for small conveyancing firms to survive, following resear...

  • May 30, 2019
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