Banks have a message for you, ‘Get off my loan book!’

We have been saying for quite some time that banks would start to find ways to induce people away from their loan book. The first mention is from a post here back inn 2008 where we mentioned ‘early redemption bonuses‘  and then we also said something similar which Niall Brady from the Sunday Times picked up on in July of 2009.

The basic premise is that banks want rid of certain types of borrowers and loans in particular, and in some cases loans in general. We’ll take a look at the loans that bother them the most below.

1: Sub-Prime loans: this is definitely the clearing house recently Fresh Mortgages sold their loan book in a private deal believed to be well below 30c on the euro. This was for a book that was secured on sub-prime mortgages and serviced via a centre in Northern Ireland, something Fresh did was to offer their borrowers an inducement to go elsewhere or pay …

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