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May 19, 2011
With consumers having to pay upto £20 to obtain their credit score its no wonder that the Obligo FREE credit score calculator is set to ruffle feathers.

Jun 08, 2010
Financial Services Authority (FSA) under fire as authorisation delays from continue to hamper market recovery, says City law firm Reynolds Porter Chamberlain LLP (RPC).

May 13, 2010
UK Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) say property repossessions have shrunk by 25% year on year. However mortgage and property website argue that mass repossessions are a disaster waiting to happen.

May 11, 2010
UK price comparison websites are under increasing criticism from mortgage experts for providing inadequate information and selling personal details when marketing complex mortgage deals, says mortgage and property website

May 10, 2010
As part of its Beta testing program UK mortgage and property website offers free online property valuations for a limited period to gauge consumer reaction and stress test systems.

May 10, 2010
After two years in the wilderness, UK buy to let mortgages are back as mortgage and property portal Obligo launches a new, market leading 80% loan to value buy to let mortgage with rates from just 4.69%

Apr 27, 2010
UK Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) say gross mortgage lending rose by 24 per cent between February and March but from a very low base, quoting the market is as “quiet and subdued”

Apr 13, 2010
With lending becoming ever more difficult experts are expressing surprise that the Financial Services Authority (FSA) in the UK has been so slow in granting new banking and lending licenses so says mortgage and property website

Apr 13, 2010
An unprecedentedly low Bank of England Base Rate has meant that thousands of borrowers are now paying much less for their mortgages than in the past, yet with economic uncertainty is it time to change? ask the question.

Apr 13, 2010
Against all the odds UK mortgage borrowers rush to repay mortgages leaving the banks awash with cash – property and mortgage website asks what this may mean for the embattled consumer.

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