Summit themes point to partnership

Hollingworth, David
July 2006
Mortgage Strategy;7/3/2006, p29
Trade Publication
The author discusses the issues discussed during the second Mortgage Summit that was held in Jerez, Spain. Retention remains a key area for lenders to address with some lenders starting to reward brokers for their role in retaining borrowers through the payment of processing fees. Another issue raised was the development of online services of increasing sophistication that includes addition of automated valuations to online decision making, thus providing lenders the ability to provide almost instantaneous offers.


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