News & Updates

Flood victims get mortgage help from NatWest

Customers of NatWest who have suffered damage to their businesses or homes due to the recent floods in England and Wales will be allowed to temporarily suspend mortgage repayments. These individuals will have the option of putting their payments on hold for a maximum...

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RBS announces rebrand after continued mortgage success

The Royal Bank of Scotland has announced that it is set to scrap this name in favour of a rebrand that will see it known as NatWest, as its mortgage products hit new levels of success. NatWest and the Royal Bank of Scotland are both owned by NatWest Holdings, which is...

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Advisor retirement programme launched by Sandringham

Sandringham Financial Partners has announced that it has started up a new scheme designed to enable advisors to retire with the least possible disruption to their customers. It is called the Partner Acquisition Programme and two of the advisors employed by Sandringham...

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Rise of 6% in house prices predicted

The annual growth of house prices in the UK is being predicted to reach nearly 6% during the spring, in the latest forecast announced by the property site Reallymoving. The company is stating that there will be a 5.9% rise in the growth of UK house prices during...

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How much does a mortgage broker earn?

If you’re planning on taking a CeMAP training course to become a qualified advisor, you might be curious how much someone in your new profession may earn. There are many factors that will affect your annual income offering guidance to those in the market for a...

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Hinckley & Rugby now offering split mortgages

Hinckley & Rugby Building Society has announced that it is set to split some of the mortgages it offers so that it can provide loans that are more closely customised to the needs of borrowers. Parents who want to help their children to get onto the property ladder...

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Why renters are relevant to mortgage advisors

It would be fair to say that the majority of mortgage advisors with CeMAP training do not see those who rent their homes as natural clients, but there are good reasons why advisors should broaden their base to include tenants. Within the next three years, the number...

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Advice rules worries rejected by FCA

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is rejecting suggestions from some within the industry that the new mortgage advice rules it issued recently will force advisors to focus too much on prices. The FCA released its new mortgage advice sector rules at the end of last...

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House price growth hits highest level for 14 months

New figures released by the Nationwide Building Society show that the growth in house prices throughout the country hit its highest level in 14 months during January. The Nationwide, which is one of the foremost mortgage providers in the UK, suggested that this was...

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Mortgage advisor email service launched by Origo

A new service that offers mortgage advisors, borrowers and lenders secure email messaging has been launched by the financial technology company, Origo. The company has named this solution Unipass Mailock and it is set to be made accessible to more than 45,000 mortgage...

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Mortgage rate cuts announced by HSBC

HSBC UK has announced a number of changes to the mortgages that it has on offer, which will see the rates reduced on its range of fixed deals running for five, three and two years. Under the new terms offered by HSBC UK, its five-year fixed rate mortgage deal for...

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Mortgage Advice Bureau increases number of advisors

The Mortgage Advice Bureau significantly increased the number of mortgage advisors it has on its staff during the course of 2019, with 20% more brought in over the year. This news was confirmed by the organisation in its latest stock market trading update. It shows...

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Advise Wise Mortgage Club hires two new employees

Advise Wise has announced the appointment of two new members of staff, with these hires set to be responsible for developing its Mortgage Club ahead of the upcoming launch. It is planning to debut this club this month and both Jon Tweed and Jane Hanlon will have...

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Rise in number of young people buying homes

New figures released by the government reveal that the number of young people who have become homeowners has risen, reversing a 10-year plus trend. The most recent English Housing Survey indicates that, among people in the 25 to 34 age range, the level of home...

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Two promotions announced at Paradigm

Paradigm Mortgage Services has announced that two of its existing staff members have been given a promotion and will now be taking on roles as business development consultants. In confirming the promotions, the company’s chief executive Bob Hunt said that the decision...

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This learning support is recognised by The London Institute of Banking & Finance as being an appropriate additional resource for students undertaking its CeMap qualifications

Choosing a CeMAP® Training Company

There are plenty of firms offering CeMAP® training in the UK, but the vast majority of their trainers have no teaching qualifications or experience. Isn’t that a bit of a concern, especially when some of them are charging over £1,000 per course?

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Average 90% pass success

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Around 1000 previously used exam questions and answers

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Expert tutors who are qualified teachers

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