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Jeremy Duncombe, Director of the Mortgage Club, gives his regular opinion on the issues affecting the Housing market, so keep your eyes peeled for his monthly blog. To see what he has recently been saying please read below…

the power of your client’s savings might be less than they think

25/07/2017 Jeremy Duncombe, Director, Legal & General Mortgage Club
When it comes to protection, there is often no better opportunity to talk to clients about this vital product than when they apply for a mortgage. After all, it’s much easier to picture the potential impact if there is a home at risk should they lose their main source of income and can’t keep up their mortgage repayments.

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The unstoppable rise of the Bank of Mum and Dad

31/05/2017 Jeremy Duncombe, Director, Legal & General Mortgage Club

Earlier this month, Legal & General published a new report into the financial role parents play in helping their children get on or move up the property ladder. This year, the Bank of Mum and Dad (BOMAD) will lend over £6.5 billion, up 30% from the £5 billion lent last year.

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Legal & General announces sixth Annual Spring Roadshow Events Across The UK

1/04/2017 Jeremy Duncombe, Director, Legal & General Mortgage Club

Following the success of last year’s Mortgage Club LIVE events, Legal & General Mortgage Club is delighted to announce the launch of its sixth series of roadshow events. We will be traveling across the country visiting Leeds, Surrey, Milton Keynes, Birmingham and Reading bringing together industry professionals.

LEGAL & GENERAL ANNOUNCES SIXTH ANNUAL SPRING ROADSHOW EVENTS ACROSS THE UK
 

The Rapid Rise of Remortgaging

1/03/2017 Jeremy Duncombe, Director, Legal & General Mortgage Club

The rapid rise of remortgaging was a key feature of the mortgage market in 2016. Last August, the market saw a spike in activity following the Bank of England’s announcement that it was to drop interest rates to 0.25%. This historic announcement pushed the mortgage market into unchartered territories and it was interesting to see how well the market responded to this change.

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