Mortgage Club Matters
Leek United improves key lending policy criteria
Leek United has made enhancements to key aspects of its lending policy that responds to both a changing mortgage market and the Society’s own lending strategy.
Big changes to Hodge Portfolio Buy-to-Let
Hodge launched its portfolio buy-to-let in May, and with an initial £150m of enquiries since, it’s now offering the product through whole of market.
No cavities as dentist's second mortgage approved
This month Hinckley & Rugby are focusing on lending to professionals – a niche area for H&R for Intermediaries.
Latest Buy to Let Britain research out now
Kent Reliance have launched the ninth edition of their Buy to Let Britain research series. They have given you exclusive access to the report.
Ipswich Building Society on Ruby Mortgages: why a 40-year term could prove a hidden gem
All Ipswich deals are available up to a 40-year term, with the exception of buy to let. But how could your customer benefit from taking out a longer term mortgage? Read on to find out…
Owning two properties isn't a problem with us!
Newbury have provided you with a case study for two properties on one title.
Hanley Extend RIO into Scotland
The Scottish mortgage market is an increasingly important area of lending for Hanley Economic Building Society.
Buckinghamshire launch a new First Time Buyer Product
Buckinghamshire have just launched a new first time buyers product, a 2 year discount offering a £500 cashback on completion, a 2 year ERC and no product or application fee.
Two new Exclusives from Santander
Today, Thursday 11 July, Santander are launching two new key account exclusive products available to all Legal & General Mortgage Club members.
Short Term Lending: An Alternative to Bridging
What do you do when an older retired customer calls and asks you how they can downsize without selling their old home first, or when your customer has found their dream home before their current one is even on the market?
Our Mortgage Club Awards 2019 Supplement – Now Available
Click here to open the supplement and discover all the highlights from our 2019 awards at The Guildhall in London, including all the winners and an interview with Legal & General Mortgage Club director Kevin Roberts on where he sees the advice industry, the mortgage club and regulation heading.
Common sense approach to Expats
The Penrith recognises that expats often have a difficult time in obtaining mortgages on properties in the UK. This could be for a number of reasons including tax considerations, the currency they are paid in, the country they reside in, how often they’re back in the UK and so on.
Guide to Development Exit Loans
A development exit loan is a short-term loan that allows a developer to refinance their completed scheme, often at a lower rate than their development finance facility.
Residential solutions are closer than you think
Find out how your customers are changing. Your residential customers need you. And One Savings Bank could help.
Older Customer needs a mortgage – make Teachers part of the plan
Age isn't the be-all and end-all – Teachers will look at the overall creditworthiness of the application.