Whilst the importance of digital technology is increasing in the mortgage industry, we mustn’t forget that human interaction and face-to-face contact remains vital.
When the Stamp Duty Land Tax holiday was introduced in July 2020, it immediately stimulated the housing market. At Pepper Money, we saw a shift
With the easing of lockdown restrictions in the UK, Pepper Money’s Regional Development Managers (RDMs) will soon be able to head back out on the road and meet with brokers face-to-face.
Pepper Money has increased the maximum LTV available on its mortgages for customers with a more recent experience of adverse credit.
Pepper Money has partnered with Ecologi, a climate positive organisation that plants trees and funds carbon reduction initiatives, to combat climate change. The partnership means
Online research has overtaken recommendations from friends and family as the way that most people would choose to find a mortgage broker, according to research
People with prior adverse credit have suffered greater financial upheaval than the general population as a result of COVID, according to a study by specialist
Ryan Brailsford discusses his key findings from the Adverse Credit Study Spring 2021 and what they mean for brokers looking to write specialist business.