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Find Out Where Opportunities Lie in the UK's Mortgage Intermediary Distribution Industry.

DUBLIN, Ireland -- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c47179) has announced the addition of UK Mortgage Intermediary Distribution 2006 to their offering.

Intermediaries are crucial to the mortgage market, in particular to niche mortgage sectors where consumers are in greater need of advice and guidance. These players are currently facing a number of challenges as the mortgage market evolves. This report examines the strategies of UK mortgage lenders and intermediaries, analyzes the various challenges and provides an outlook for the future.

Scope of this title:

* Quantifies the size of the different distribution channels in the UK mortgage market.

* Gives insight into the future challenges lenders and brokers will face in the UK mortgage market.

* Uses our mortgage intermediary survey to understand intermediaries attitudes in the market.

* Looks at what intermediaries look for from lenders and how both lenders and intermediaries can work together to maximize business.

Highlights of this title:

There has been a substantial decrease in the number of networks since M-Day. There have not been enough intermediaries with AR status to support the relatively large number of networks in business for all of them to compete successfully.

Despite the importance of packagers in the mortgage distribution landscape, there is still much debate about their future, as they face a number of threats. While packagers have been very successful, changes in the mortgage market are putting their very existence under threat. However, packagers have adapted in the past and can do so again.

It is well known that keeping an existing customer is more cost-effective than acquiring a new customer. For this reason customer retention is of utmost importance to lenders. As a result lenders are incentivizing intermediaries to prevent customers from remortgaging to another lender.

Reasons to order your copy:

* In-depth analysis of UK mortgage intermediary distribution showing where the opportunities lie, thus assisting you in devising strategic plans.

* In-depth analysis of the major issues in the mortgage intermediary market, such as customer retention, quality of advice and the future of packagers.

* Gives the reader insight into the views of intermediaries in a variety of areas across the market.

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c47179

Source: Datamonitor
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