Nationwide's market share falls

November 2005
Mortgage Strategy;11/21/2005, p7
Trade Publication
The article reports on the decrease in Nationwide Mortgage Group Inc.'s share of the net market by 5.4% after its half-yearly results in 2005 in the mortgage industry in Great Britain. The society's result showed an 8.3% share of the net mortgage market for the period April to September, down from 13.7% in 2004. The results also revealed reduced share of the remortgage market, down from 10.8% in 2004 to 8.2%.


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