West Bromwich’s Tracker Rate Victory Could Cost £2,000 million

Incredibly, two weeks ago,  the West Bromwich Building Society won a case in the High Court allowing it to increase margins on tracker rate mortgages, despite their being no increase in the Bank of England base rate, says David Lawrenson of LettingFocus.com. This has huge implications for all mortgage borrowers with a potential cost up to £2,000 million per annum in […]

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Mortgage Lenders and the FCA and Why Lenders Got Things So Wrong in The Past

LettingFocus looks at mortgage lenders and the FCA – and shows why lenders got things so wrong in the past. If you have read my past blogs you will know of the “class action” shortly to commence against West Bromwich Building Society (WBBS) who have broken their contract with buy to let mortgage borrowers and reneged on some of their old […]

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West Bromwich Mortgage Tracker Rate Cheating and Representative Legal Action

West Bromwich – your time is soon up. Time to face the music in the courts. I certainly hope that your executive will have a good explanation for your members to explain why you blew hundreds of thousands of pounds fighting and losing a court case, after you singularly failed to bully individual buy to let borrowers on Bank of […]

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