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£32bn of mortgage debt for bereaved homeowners highlights protection gap

Bereaved British homeowners are struggling under the weight of huge mortgage debts after losing a key bill payer, a study from Legal & General Mortgage Club has warned.

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Once the Election outcome is known, we expect the housing market to be buzzing as all the pent-up demand from the start of the year is released.

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As we move closer to the new pensions freedoms, we need to put customers at the centre of what we do. If people decide not to take up the offer of free guidance or look for advice, we need to find a way...

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Despite legislative attempts to protect clients, a bank will always sell its clients the most profitable product it can legally get away with. The most profitable products are the ones with the highest...

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The greatest challenge to the committee’s hawks are poor Eurozone growth, a housing market coming off the boil, lower than expected inflation and the spectre of a major political shift with the general...

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