Nervously awaiting the exit fees report

Biddle, Simon
October 2006
Mortgage Strategy;10/30/2006, p45
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the mortgage payment protection insurance, interest-only deals and exit fees in mortgage industry in Great Britain. It describes what is an exit fee or early payment and how it is obtained. It is then mentioned on how the issue became a headline news in the television and how consumers commented on it.


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