Aaron Strutt of Trinity Financial comments on matters affecting the market:
Aaron Strutt, of Trinity Financial, another broker, said: “These figures suggest banks have been failing to pass on the full benefits of the FLS to borrowers.”
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May 19, 2013
Aaron Strutt of Trinity Financial, the broker, said: “Anyone thinking of changing a commercial property to a home is likely to find it a long and expensive process.
“Standard banks are not set up for this type of transaction and they do not show any signs of changing their lending policies.”
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May 19, 2013
Trinity Financial product and communications director Aaron Strutt says: “People are crying out for regulation of this sector at the moment but this is not it.”
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May 17, 2013
Aaron Strutt, of the mortgage broker Trinity Financial, agrees. “We are speaking to more and more older borrowers looking to make use of their savings.”
Belvoir, a national lettings agency, says that it had seen a surge in older people becoming landlords over the past four years, with a third more people in their sixties on the books than four years ago.
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May 13, 2013
The FCA has also specified that lenders should not force customers to switch to repayment deals. Aaron Strutt at Trinity Financial, told The Sunday Times: “This is important for those who cannot afford higher repayments. Lenders can be aggressive sometimes when they want to get their money.”
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May 5, 2013
In a recent poll, only 21 per cent of Mortgage Strategy readers would advise someone outside the industry to become a mortgage broker. Why do you think that is?
Jed Newton, director at Trinity Financial, replies: “The main reason is that the majority of the industry are people who have spent a long time working in a market which is very different from the current one. They don’t seem to be able to move with the times and embrace the new market that we find ourselves in.”
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April 24, 2013
Aaron Strutt of Trinity Financial said: “Interest-only certainly has a place in the market for borrowers on decent incomes, especially when repayment vehicles are sufficient. It seems crazy that so many lenders have pulled out of the interest-only market when lots of borrowers are on substantial salaries.”
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April 21, 2013
Coventry Intermediaries has lowered the rates on their existing two-year offset products and launched a new range of five-year and flexx for term offset mortgages.
Trinity Financial product and communications manager Aaron Strutt says: “More of our clients are looking for ways to make use of their savings and offset mortgages are very useful.”
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April 17, 2013
Optimism in the prospects for UK house prices rose sharply over the first quarter, with 45 per cent of participants in the Halifax Housing Market Confidence Tracker now expecting prices to rise over 2013.
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April 15, 2013
The mortgage market is going through a positive period and many brokers are the busiest they have been in years. We are certainly helping many of our existing clients and placing more enquiries than we have since our inception…
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April 15, 2013
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