Robyn Hall

Flat fees have long been popular as a way for lenders to maintain profitability while still offering competitive rates, while other products instead carry a variable fee based on the loan amount.

The Mortgageforce 2016 annual conference got underway this morning at London’s Marriot Hotel, Heathrow.

Kensington is set to launch its own panel of specialist distributors later this year. Planned for April, the move takes the lender back to its roots…

Every dog has his Coreco day

Central London-based broker Coreco has come up with what some would say is a barking mad idea to promote its services to clients – Bow…

We take a look at the State of the Nation, talking to advisers up and down the country about their thoughts on 2015 and hopes…

The quarterly repossession and arrears rates are at their lowest levels since the CML’s quarterly records began. CML director general Paul Smee said: “Supported by…

In my 25 years in the mortgage market, I have never experienced such a dysfunctional mortgage market. We have five banks lending but their “hands…

Both will be supporting the recruitment of new members and manage existing firm relationships in the southern region. CEO Martin Wilson said: “Both Chris and…

The exit fee, which was previously 2% of the loan facility, has also been reduced and is now 1%. Mark Posniak, managing director, Dragonfly Property…

CEO Paul McGerrigan put the increase down to both customers and brokers benefiting from low borrowing rates as well as more innovation from lenders over…