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Mortice Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
30/12/2001
16:12
Sorry maxk I called you mark.......still trying to focus after xmas!
flogalog
30/12/2001
15:22
Cheers Flogalog, I'll give them a shout.
maxk
30/12/2001
14:56
Mark No. It was a debt consolidation deal. He added all the debts together for the client and instead of £2000 per month going to pay for loans the figure was reduced to £844. Yes they also do buy to let mortgages. They have some software updated by email every two days which shows about 3800 different mortgage products from all the building societies. It does save a hell of a lot of time and they really do get a buzz out of putting money back into the clients pocket.
flogalog
30/12/2001
14:48
soulsauce, halifax are doing several good deals at the moment,check them out,you wont get much better,best regards l.l.
lancslad
30/12/2001
14:31
I am moving overseas with my employer but will be paid in sterling. I want to buy a property in rep of ireland but with a sterling mortage . Does anybody know where I could obtain such a mortgage? ( I have tried high street providers but without sucess) Thanks DW
walshd
30/12/2001
12:10
Flogalog, Bloody hell, what did he remortgage...the QE2? :-) BTW, are they any good for buy to lets?
maxk
30/12/2001
12:01
Ring Ray at Blackwood Finance on 01628 898062. They are brokers with no tie to any lender and they've just saved a friend of mine £1100 per month!!
flogalog
30/12/2001
10:20
Thanks for all comments. V.interesting.
soulsauce
29/12/2001
18:17
sole the 4.59 is simply the variable rate. its not a discount. the important bit is how is it linked to the bank of england base rate. I think halifax and nationwide say that their deals will never be more than 2% over the b of e base rate. Hinckley say never more than 0.95% in the first five years and with no redemption pens thats what i have been looking for. a varible rate which is not likely to shoot up at end of promotional gimicky stuff good luck matey #
a harris
29/12/2001
17:14
solesause, Try... 1.0800 085 10 10 2.0800 0180201 3.0800 015 1146 Also look at Ausie style mortgages that mean you end up paying it off quickly and cheaper. Try www.IF.com Good luck! Bobp
bobp
29/12/2001
17:08
Did the same myself last Dec. Found a great offer form Halifax, 0.45% below the Bank of England base rate for 2 years. They also paid all costs involved in the remortgage, no tie in, and i found the service very good. Only wish it was for longer, have saved a packet this year. Don't no if it's still available.
8 ball
29/12/2001
17:07
ACTUALLY I CAN HELP you here... i just surveyed and concluded as follows 1 hincley and rugby BS 2 halifax 3. nation wide hinkley and rugby off 4.59 % standard variable rate youlll have to do well to beat that. no redemption pens. no set up costs..... £300 quid back on completion also, this link might help http://www.ukcitymedia.co.uk/mortgages.html
a harris
29/12/2001
17:05
Thanks a harris, how long is the 4.59% for?
soulsauce
29/12/2001
17:03
Dear All, I am thinking of remortgaging in the New Year and I am wondering if any of you out there have just done the same and think they have a really good deal. I am looking for one with no redemption tie in. Can anyone advise.
soulsauce
30/7/2001
23:29
Can anyone point me in the direction of a decent practical mortgage broker? I want to buy a flat/house in my daughters name when she turns 18, and goes to uni. The investment is for her long term benefit, ie in her name but she will share with other students to cover costs etc. I would be prepared to underwrite the repayments on the loan, so no risk to the lender. Long term investment. Any ideas folks?
maxk
29/7/2001
00:24
It's entitled 'Virgin One Mortgage' author is Paul Kay. The 3rd entry on the thread is the interesting bit. Ferrisc.
ferrisc
29/7/2001
00:21
There's athread on MoneyExtra about Virgin mortgages that may be of some use. If I find it I'll post it's title here. Ferrisc.
ferrisc
28/7/2001
00:48
Anyone with an egg Saver Mortgage or Virgin One...I'm trying to compare the two. Would be interested to hear from anyone with experience of either. I note that EGG will review their rate calculation (currently base rate + 1%) end 2003. Don't know about Virgin, but currently their rates are a bit higher than egg.
bosco
27/7/2001
19:35
I dont think anyone knows?
glennarnold1
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