AToM slashes lender panel

Atkinson, Rebecca
July 2006
Mortgage Strategy;7/3/2006, p10
Trade Publication
The article reports that All Types of Mortgages (AToM) is cutting its lender panel to include only lenders that provide onsite underwriting as part of its strategy to retain control over the service it offers to introducers. Its lenders that do not offer onsite underwriting include Amber Home Loans, BM Solutions, Bristol and West Mortgages, CHL Mortgages, London Mortgage Co., Mortgage Trust, Southern Pacific Mortgages Ltd., and Mortgage Business.


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