Mortgage Introducer has launched the Broker Experience Study – the biggest piece of broker research conducted for a number of years.
The Cambridge Building Society has appointed Lucy Crumplin (pictured) as its new chief operating officer and member of the board.
Directly authorised (DA) brokers who are members of TMA will now have access to Market Harborough’s range of specialist products, with a focus on holiday lets and remortgages.
Some £89bn was advanced – over double the amount seen during the same period in 2020.
Nick Chadbourne, CEO at LMS, said: “The remortgage market witnessed an overwhelmingly healthy Q2, with continued growth across all key indicators.”
The product has been launched in response to adviser feedback and provides a monthly benefit to a business in the event of a valid claim.
The lender has reduced rates by up to 0.60% across its buy-to-let range on mortgages up to £1m.
The changes see 2-year fixed rates start at 3.84% up to 65% loan-to-value (LTV), 3.99% at up to 70% LTV and 4.09% up to 75% LTV.
All products include a free basic valuation and free standard legal fees for remortgages.
The club, which launched five months ago, already has 40 lenders on its panel with more to be added by the end of Q4.