Nationwide pares top LTV to 80%

Thomas, Paul
May 2011
Money Marketing;5/26/2011, p7
The article reports on the reduction of Nationwide Building Society's maximum loan to value (LTV) for non-home improvement loans from 85% to 80% in 2011 in Great Britain.


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