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PMS/Sesame – Marsden Building Society Mortgage Portfolio Update

PMS/Sesame – Marsden Building Society Mortgage Portfolio Update

Update: Addition of 3 new PMS/Sesame exclusives from the Marsden – 2- year 5.19% fixed Buy-To-Let to 75% LTV subject to a £300,000 maximum with 1% arrangement fee and £299 booking fee and 3% early redemption charge in year one falling to 2% in year two; 6-year 5.89% fixed Buy-to-Let to 75% LTV subject to a £300,000 maximum with 1% arrangement fee and £299 booking fee, and 6% early redemption charge in first year, 5% in year two, 4% in year three, 3% in year four, 2% year in year five and 1% in year six; 2-year 2.8% Discount Offset existing customer exclusive with current pay rate of 3.15% to 80% LTV subject to a £500,000 maximum, with £299 booking fee, no arrangement fee, and no early redemption charge




States’ evidence

The turn-round in M&A and IPO activity will provide another year of strong US equity returns

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There seems to be some general consensus that the outlook for this year is pretty flat against last year, with most commentators suggesting gross lending of around £135bn. Much of it is driven by some of the big lending outfits, including Lloyds and Abbey, confirming they will be looking to lend roughly what they did […]


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