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Santander launch range of high LTV deals

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September 23, 2016

The deals are aimed at second steppers.

Ormonde joins TFC Homeloans

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September 23, 2016

He joins from Knight Frank where he was property manager for the last five years.

Remortgagers reap the rewards

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September 23, 2016

The Bank of England’s decision to lower the interest base rate in August had a noticeable impact on homeowner attitudes.

Berkeley Alexander launches buy-to-let landlord product

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September 23, 2016

A real USP for brokers with clients who need to find cover for periods of unoccupancy.

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Promise completes integration with seventh second charge lender

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September 23, 2016

Some of the newer lenders to the party are using XML to transfer data and give basic results often backed by their own soft credit search.

City house price inflation slows

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September 23, 2016

"The slowing of house price growth will be welcomed by some in the ongoing battle against unaffordable housing."

UK asking prices down 2% since Brexit

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September 23, 2016

In London prices have fallen by 3% since mid-June.

Clever joins Dudley panel

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September 23, 2016

Clever Lending joins the intermediary panel of Dudley Building Society

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Blogs

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Rajiv Nathwani

Brexit or stamp duty – what’s really to blame?

The quantity of new homes being sold in London were already in decline prior to the vote.

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Steve Harness

The ‘fee genie’ is well and truly out of the bottle

It’s time to grasp the nettle and be frank about the fees charged to clients by master brokers.

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Tony Ward

Why the health of the global market concerns me

Collective initiatives that are not bound to monetary policy are needed.

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John Phillips

The inevitable slowdown and the anticipated rebound

The underlying fundamentals suggest that buyer motivation and applicant enquiries will remain strong.

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Russell Gould

Banking on an old system – why mortgage rating must change

It would seem that the status quo is conspiring against first-time buyers.

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Rob Clifford

Bank of Mum and Dad could be key

I wonder if the marketing departments at various lenders are not already dreaming up ‘Surrogate lending’ schemes or products which allow savers to ‘Foster a first-time buyer’.

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