•  Buy-to-let mortgage lender Landbay partnered with a broker network to distribute its products.
  • And as the market picks up again, the digital-first platform could have some clear advantages over competing lenders.
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With this move, the buy-to-let mortgage lending platform is partnering with one of the largest mortgage and protection networks in the UK, dubbed Primi Mortgage Network, per AltFi.

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Landbay teams up with mortgage broker network.

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Under the partnership, brokers that are part of Primi’s network will be able to access Landbay’s range of specialist buy-to-let mortgages to cater to clients including portfolio and first-time property owners. Additionally, brokers and their property owner clients in Primi’s network will be able to access Landpay’s products through its online portal, including its technology-enabled decision principle

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A family in Italy is now trusting these two Greenwood residents with bringing their olive oil to the United States to sell it online.

GREENWOOD, Ind. — When you think of locations to purchase authentic Italian Olive Oil, one south side family hopes that Greenwood, Indiana comes to mind. 

Nadia and Wade Cunningham are now the U.S. distributors of “Olio Fresia” olive oil. 

“They kind of picked us to help them launch and a business was born,” Nadia proudly states. “It’s crazy!”

In May of 2019, Nadia and Wade visited Italy to meet up with their 23 year-old daughter Lauren, who was a Roncalli grad traveling abroad. Lauren had become an au pair for the Fresia family in Imperia, Italy. 

When Nadia and Wade visited with Lauren, they immediately hit it off with the Fresia family. 

“We were at their kitchen table in their house,” Wade remembers. “We ordered pizza,

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The Ready for Business Fund – a relief program launched by GSBA, Washington State’s LGBTQ & Allied Chamber of Commerce, and Comcast Washington, will begin distributing $2,500 cash grants to more than 60 small businesses in the metro Seattle area that are owned by LGBTQ people, Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC), and women. The fundwas established on Aug. 3 with $50,000 from Comcast Washington and GSBA as the fund administrator.

Within one month, GSBA received 500 applications for the fund. In the same period more than $200,000 was raised to support the Ready for Business Fund. Support included asecond $50,000 contribution from Comcast, a $25,000 donation from T-Mobile, and funding from AT&T, BECU, Grace Church Seattle, Harborstone Credit Union, Microsoft, Puget Sound Energy, Sanctuary Seattle Church, Seattle Storm, US Bank, Verity Credit Union,

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Billionaire George Soros Places Bet on 3 High-Yield Dividend Stocks

“If investing is entertaining, if your having fun, you’re probably not making any money. Good investing is boring.”The words are George Soros’, and whatever you may think of his politics or activism, it is impossible to deny that he is one of the world’s greatest stock market investors. In some 30 years of active trading, his hedge fund saw an annualized average return exceeding 30%; it was one of the greatest runs of sustained profits in Wall Street’s history. Soros ran his hedge fund behind the scenes, building a portfolio based on reliable dividends and solid returns.He has continued that strategy in recent years, after taking his firm private. Considering his aphorism, ‘Good investing is boring,’ it’s no wonder that Soros gravitates toward stocks with proven returns. His recent new positions simply bear this out, as Soros has bought

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