The Association of Mortgage Intermediaries, the trade body for brokers, is a great place to access up to date information and commentary.
You can read a huge number of news articles, blog posts, publications and press releases on the AMI website, so you can always keep up with the latest regulatory changes, industry developments and priorities.
This publication bills itself as “the champion of the mortgage professional”, so “time-poor mortgage and finance professionals” can keep up to date with the latest breaking news, expert analysis and opinions.
And of course, don’t forget to keep coming back to the Accord Growth Series. This is a dedicated resource full of articles, podcasts and downloadable guides, designed to help you grow your business and build your brand. You can also get the latest insights on what’s happening in the sector from Nitesh Patel, Strategic Economist at Accord Mortgages, in the Economics 101 series.
You can sign up to the Growth Series for free, here.
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