Bradford & Bingley's announcement it has stopped selling competitors' mortgages through its 200-plus high street branches still makes business sense despite recent rises in the key base rate of interest, the lender says.
Its lender panel was warned earlier this year it intended to make the change, and says nothing has happened since to make it change its mind. It claims an ongoing repossession figure of about 0.1% of...
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