Letters to the Editor

Price, Steve; Adams, Bob; Gifford, Rick; Okey, Rickey; Botte, Andrew; Burgess, Simon; O'Sullivan, Danny; Quick, David
November 2006
Mortgage Strategy;11/27/2006, p50
Trade Publication
Several letters to the editor are presented including a response to the article by Peter Mounty about the analysis of the latest mortgage offering that was published in the November 13, 2006 issue, a criticism on the Financial Services Authority's assessment of payment protection insurance and an article by Richard Griffiths on the obsolescence of sourcing systems.


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