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Mortgage arrears are down by 8%

New mortgage arrears cases have fallen by 8 per cent, according to the latest mortgage lending statistics from the FSA.

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Lloyds complaints more than Santander, RBS and Barclays combined

The Financial Ombudsman Service received more complaints about Lloyds Banking Group in the first half of 2010 than the total number of complaints for Santander, Royal Bank of Scotland and Barclays put together. Data published today by the Ombudsman shows that between January 1 and June 30, 2010 the FOS dealt with 22,420 complaints relating […]

Number of new arrears cases fall for sixth consecutive quarter

The number of new arrears cases have fallen for the sixth consecutive quarter, according to the latest mortgage lending statistics from the FSA. The number of new cases fell 8 per cent from 40,544 in the first quarter of 2010 to 37,248 in the second quarter. The total number of arrears cases also fell, with […]

IFA who aided multi-millionpound loan fraud is jailed

An IFA was sentenced to five and a half years in jail at Birmingham Crown Court last week for falsifying mortgage applications on behalf of a client. West Midlands Police say IFA Mark Campbell, of Oakwood Financial Management, assisted client Michael Browne to lead a multi-million-pound mortgage fraud racket in the Midlands. Browne, from Canley […]

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