People are five times more likely to non-disclose when they apply for protection policies on paper rather than with tele-underwritten applications, according to an Axa survey.
Over three-quarters of estate agents say the number of instructions for properties with three or more bedrooms has fallen by more than 10 per cent since the introduction of home information packs.The National Association of Estate Agents says 76 per cent of its members have seen double-digit drops, with 46 per cent of those seeing […]
Dwindling client confidence brings the issue of trust to the fore again
Matrix has appointed Chris Merry as the group’s new chief executive officer.
Abbey’s recent launch of a two-year fixed rate with a £10,000 fee generated a significant amount of media comment. Abbey justified it by saying that it was good value as the fee was cheaper for big loans than the 2 per cent that some of its competitors were charging.I see nothing wrong in principle with […]
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