How much do you have to say something before people start to believe it’s the truth? I ask this, not because I’m planning on starting some elaborate lie, but rather because I’m puzzled by an industry ‘belief’ that contradicts the evidence. […]
We’ve already seen bridging specialist West One announce its plans to move into the seconds arena, with a proposition headed up by the very knowledgeable Marie Grundy, and I’m sure we’ll see others entering the fold. So are we at risk of overcrowding and how can new lenders compete? […]
This product is better than it has ever been but, ironically, consumers are less aware of it. Brokers – over to you… […]
If I told you you could increase your income by doing something almost identical to what you’re doing now, that wouldn’t increase your hours and wouldn’t mean missing out on the type of work you currently do but, rather, would complement it. […]
What’s better, a fast no or a slow yes? There are a lot of brokers – and indeed clients – who would say the former. Efficiency is important to everybody in today’s fast paced world and if it’s looking like a no most people would rather just know as soon as possible so they can come up with a plan B. […]
After adapting to multiple new regulation regimes and dealing with politicians seemingly addicted to chaos and confusion we’re all feeling a bit tired. But, there’s a bigger challenge to tackle.
A challenge that, if won, would have wide ranging benefits for all of us, and consumers. It’s the battle between man and machine or, in other words, taking on the comparison sites. […]