Heroes & Villains

March 2008
Mortgage Strategy;3/10/2008, p22
Trade Publication
The article presents the hero and villain in Great Britain's financial market for the week of March 10, 2008. This week's hero is noted to be Accord Mortgages, which sent out an email that its turnaround times were suffering due to high demand. On the other hand, the current liquidity crisis is cited as the week's villain for it is causing lenders to withdraw their loan-to-value mortgages.


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