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Authors: Joseph Nellis
Published by: Cranfield School of Management
Published in: 1993
Length: 9 pages
Data source: Generalised experience

Abstract

This case maps out the emergence of centralised lenders in the UK mortgage market and identifies the key players. It also examines the current state of the market and the causes of difficulties facing centralised lenders following the boom-to-bust cycle in house prices and housing transactions that have taken place in the UK since 1988. For some centralised lenders, the future is bleak as they struggle to cope with rising mortgage arrears and possessions. The case highlights the key lessons which must be learned from the experience of the past few years for those members who are able and willing to remain active in the UK mortgage market.
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1992

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Abstract

This case maps out the emergence of centralised lenders in the UK mortgage market and identifies the key players. It also examines the current state of the market and the causes of difficulties facing centralised lenders following the boom-to-bust cycle in house prices and housing transactions that have taken place in the UK since 1988. For some centralised lenders, the future is bleak as they struggle to cope with rising mortgage arrears and possessions. The case highlights the key lessons which must be learned from the experience of the past few years for those members who are able and willing to remain active in the UK mortgage market.

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1992

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