in the news 06/11/2018 |
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Lieke Braadbaart

Online Writer
Published: 06/11/2018

The expertise of the Moneyfacts team is regularly in demand with journalists and media outlets across the financial services and national spectrum. Here's a quick overview of some of the places we've been in the news recently:

  • The Times ran two articles that used our expertise in recent days, with the easy access savings average featuring in an article about the top deal from Nottingham BS that disappeared after just two days, and finance expert Rachel Springall's words of wisdom included in a piece about vanishing credit card perks.
  • Another news outlet that made good use of our savings data is the Mirror, which talked about how NS&I's recent change could be impacting savers.
  • Meanwhile, Your Money wrote about the sub-1% mortgage deal that has stormed the market, with Rachel Springall warning interested homebuyers and remortgagors that it does come with a steep fee and only lasts two years.
  • Speaking of fees, finance expert Charlotte Nelson's press release on the recent increase in mortgage fees grabbed the attention of the Buy Association, while both Mortgage Solutions and Mortgage Strategy wrote about the increase in the average two-year fixed mortgage rate.



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