Ripple effect

Boulger, Ray
July 2009
Money Marketing;7/2/2009, p23
In this article the author analyzes the economic trend and regulations in the mortgage industry in Great Britain in 2009. He mentions the results of a market survey which indicate that certain regulations have become a hindrance to mortgages especially the implementation of the retail distribution review (RDR). He adds that the implementation of unfavorable laws will only result to consumer detriment and struggle of mortgage providers.


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