Tag: Mark Arnold
Kensington’s Affordability Tracker found self-employed customers could borrow more than first-time buyers.
Kensington Mortgages also found that self-employed borrowers are more conservative than first-time buyers.
Unsurprisingly the model also found that first-time buyers in the South East are the most financially-stretched group of borrowers in the country,
These are for police officers, firefighters, NHS staff such as paramedics, nurses and clinicians, the armed forces and teachers.
Foulsham (pictured) has worked with fintech start-ups and as group chief information officer of personal lines.
Users of MortgageApply will now be able to submit mortgage decision-in-principle applications to Kensington via API, without the need to re-key data onto the Kensington portal.
That number equates to about 15% of the 1.7 million British borrowers who currently have an interest-only mortgage.
The number of problem borrowers would be almost one third (30%) higher than it would if Britain were to remain in the European Union, the modelling predicts.
He will join on 10 April 2018, replacing Amany Attia who is stepping down.