Prime guidance

Johnson, Julie
April 2007
Mortgage Strategy;4/16/2007, p54
Trade Publication
The article provides information about the prime mortgage market in Great Britain, and the techniques used by lenders to sell their products. It is stressed that prime mortgages comprise the business cornerstone of most high street lenders. Prime mortgage is also considered as the most competitive sector and lenders that adopt a variety of methods to attract customers. Sometimes lenders offer better rates and bolt-ons to their customers.


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