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Skipton changes interest-only policy on repayment vehicles

Skipton Building Society has updated its interest-only mortgage range for borrowers with ...

  • Jun 12, 2017
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Brokers: What’s your firm’s exit strategy?

Building a broker business is a career-long enterprise, but leaving it all behind can be o...

  • Apr 21, 2017
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Case study: Being flexible with a bridging exit

One of the bridging sector’s enduring challenges is to convince advisers that the potent...

  • Jul 28, 2016
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Bridging could be Stamp Duty escape route for homeowners who can’t sell

The versatility of bridging finance means it can be used as an exit strategy in many trick...

  • Jun 02, 2016
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