Monmouthshire expands FTB business thanks to Genworth insurance

September 2015
Mortgage Finance Gazette;Sep2015, Vol. 146 Issue 1795, p18
The article discusses increased lending to first-time-buyers (FTB) by Welsh building society sector company offering fixed and discount rate low-deposit mortgages with loan-to-value at 90 and 95 percent, Monmouthshire Building Society, and its risk protection with insurer Genworth Financial.


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