Jake Carter

Jake Carter

Jake Carter is deputy news editor of Mortgage Introducer at Key Media. He has a bachelor's degree and master's degree from Sheffield Hallam University and the University of Sheffield, respectively. He previously worked at Mortgage Strategy magazine.

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“If we did well, we were told it was because we were women”

MD sheds light on the changing picture for women in the mortgage industry

“If we did well, we were told it was because we were women”

Examining the growing influence of technology within the mortgage market

Silver lining of COVID was the advancement of technology

Examining the growing influence of technology within the mortgage market

What could be the "death knell" for maligned Gilt-linked ERCs?

There is one year for firms to implement the new rules

What could be the "death knell" for maligned Gilt-linked ERCs?

How is the cost-of-living crisis impacting homeowners?

Market conditions are expected to result in stretched finances

How is the cost-of-living crisis impacting homeowners?

Supporting homeowners through the cost-of-living crisis

Lenders and advisers need to help homeowners during this difficult time

Supporting homeowners through the cost-of-living crisis

How important is protection during a cost-of-living crisis?

Brokers have a crucial role to play

How important is protection during a cost-of-living crisis?

Energy prices expected to rise further than predicted – what does it mean for developers?

It's an eye-watering figure…

Energy prices expected to rise further than predicted – what does it mean for developers?

Solving the mortgage talent crisis – are apprenticeships the key?

Apprentices do not come with pre-conceived notions…

Solving the mortgage talent crisis – are apprenticeships the key?

Why are sellers still achieving asking prices despite current economic conditions?

Demand has kept pace throughout the year irrespective of market conditions

Why are sellers still achieving asking prices despite current economic conditions?

The importance of educating brokers on the specialist market

There is a distinction between mainstream and specialist, but should there be?

The importance of educating brokers on the specialist market