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Comment on New interest-only mortgage range from Skipton by Tom Wright

Both purchase and remortgage customers will be able to access Skipton’s new residential interest-only range at loan-to-values of 60%, 70% and 80%. The purchase range, which offers free valuations, includes a fee free two-year fix at 1.66% to 60% LTV, 1.33% to 60% LTV with £1,495 completion fee and 1.79% to 80% LTV with £1,495

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Buy-to-let changes knock landlords’ confidence

Just 41% of landlords are confident about the prospects for their portfolios, following the recent taxation and regulatory changes, according to a survey of more than 750 property investors. This represents a fall from 44% in the previous quarter, and compares to 67% seen three years ago. Political and economic uncertainty will only add to

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Aldermore creates new service promise and website to support intermediaries

Established in 1869 as the Building Societies Gazette, Mortgage Finance Gazette has been the market leading publication for the mortgage lending industry for over 140 years. Article source: http://www.mortgagefinancegazette.com/market-news/company-news/aldermore-creates-new-service-promise-website-support-intermediaries-23-06-2017/

Black Book Finance launches white-labelled service for Beaufort Group

Created for the exclusive use of Beaufort Group’s partners and professional connections, the company provides advice on all types of residential, commercial, development and business finance, on an advised or referral basis. Black Book Finance was launched in 2016 by Michael Clapper (pictured), co-founder and chairman. The Beaufort Group was founded in 2012, and is

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Challenger banks and specialist lenders pick up mortgage market share

This contributed to overall gross lending of £245 billion, up 11% on 2015, which was a slightly higher rate of market growth than the 9% seen in the preceding year. The 10 largest mortgage lenders continue to undertake the bulk of lending, while smaller players made a major contribution to lending growth. However, the past

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