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Why become a mortgage broker

edited 30 November -1 at 12:00AM in Mortgages & Endowments
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  • 5.75% for May 2007.

    JoeK
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  • Mr_helpfulMr_helpful Forumite
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    5.5 % for may and the same for dec 2007
    I like to give people as many choices as possible to do what I want them to. (Milton H Erickson I think)
  • MortgageMammaMortgageMamma Forumite
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    Why dont we do this every month, its fun and it will raise more money

    whilst SOME of us are feeling charitable, can I interest anyone in donating a pint of their blood next month to the NBS? Only takes an hour
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  • MortgageMammaMortgageMamma Forumite
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    Oh well, looks like its just me you and Helpful, seems nobody else wishes to be charitable. Still, if we do it each month we should raise a fair bit before the year is out
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  • joek wrote: »
    MortgageMamma, let's have a tombola for charity!

    Let's all put £10 each into a pot and try to guess what interest rates will be increased to in May 2007 and another £10 for what interest rates will be in December 2007.

    The winner will receive a certificate for winning and the prize money will go to the winners choice of charity.

    What do you all say?

    Will you administer it for us MortgageMamma?

    JoeK

    Did anyone do this? And where's JoeK these days?
  • Did anyone do this? And where's JoeK these days?
    FSA got him:rotfl: :eek:
    I like to give people as many choices as possible to do what I want them to. (Milton H Erickson I think)
  • Mr_helpful wrote: »
    FSA got him:rotfl: :eek:

    Obviously missing the plot here. Tell me more Mr H. :j
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