Wilson said: “But the world is still an amazing place, there’s plenty of business to do. The media at the moment is just so much doom and gloom but that’s not what we’re seeing. Legal & General has a tremendously positive view on the world.”
The additional funds will help the London-based bridging lender as it aims to double the size of its loan book over the next 12 months. MFS has already received in excess of £100m worth of loan applications in the opening six weeks of 2019.
For a 2-year fixed rate homemover without a fee, there’s two mortgages both with a £500 cashback, a 95% LTV at 3.18% and 90% LTV at 2.27%. There are two 3-year fixed rate remortgages with a £995 fee, a 90% LTV mortgage at 2.27% and 85% LTV product at 2.05%.
The eighth annual awards, held on Thursday 7 February 2019 at Legal & General’s head office in Coleman Street, London, recognised those who have delivered exceptional levels of customer service and retention of protection business.
Family Legal Expenses now gives £150,000 of cover per annum and Home Emergency has increased to £1,500 per claim with no annual limit.
Mortgage Brain has now seen year-on-year growth for the past eight years.
Skipton has linked-up with CMME, the UK’s largest contractor specialist broker.
Plots viewed in January including a barn conversion in Somerset, a semi rural plot in Sussex and a plot in the remote Scottish Highlands.
Prices in Aberdeen fell further than any other UK town or city outside London.
There was a shift in the market from large deposit borrowers to those with smaller deposits during January. The proportion of loans approved for borrowers with a large deposit or amount of equity fell from 30.1% last month to 28.1%.