Jessica Nangle

Jessica Nangle is Deputy Editor of Mortgage Introducer

Several lenders have made changes to their rates and updated their mortgage ranges this week and have been awarded Moneyfacts product ratings as a result.

United Trust Bank have revealed the results of their end of year broker sentiment poll which was carried out in the second week of December 2020.

Sheffield-based tenant referencing platform Vouch has doubled the size of its team during the COVID pandemic, growing its team from 11 to 23.

Ekeeper’s solution supports large organisations such as lenders, protection providers, investment providers and financial networks.

Fleet Mortgages have released their latest Buy-to-Let Rental Barometer for Q4 2020.

The lender now offers rates from 0.65% for first charge bridging loans on residential property and LTVs are available up to 70% of the open market value.

The bank has a global customer base in over 100 countries and a growing UK buy-to-let and Channel Island mortgage book.

Selina Finance offers pre-approved credit facilities from £25,000 to £1m where borrowers can draw and repay funds whenever they choose, without incurring additional fees.

The latest UK Residential Survey by RICS continues to point to rising activity across the market even though the pace of growth slowed in December 2020.

Gemma Harle Quilter

Speaking exclusively to Mortgage Introducer, Harle explains that the current situation has meant that this decision needed to be made.