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  1. Hi All, I have a BTL property. I was in arrears of months. Today I have recd a letter for formal demand to pay full mortgage in 1 week. I have cleared the arrrears as of this morning. I am bit surprise no notice or anything during this 4 months except letter of arrears. I was wondering what are my options? Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks Bill
  2. Hi Last year I separated from my husband, as a joint debt we had an unsecured loan of £30k from NRAM which we had for years, my ex then decided to go bankrupt leaving me liable for the loan. I paid my half of the monthly amount due for a few months and then just couldn't continue to pay anymore. I wrote to them in December 2016 offering them a full and final settlement figure, which they ignored (this was quite low). The first time I have heard from them since me contacting them in December 2016 was last month they wrote to me to say I still owe £28k. (even tho
  3. Hi I've got an large outstanding balance (£25,000+) with NRAM that I am now being chased for. It is for the unsecured part for the dodgy Together mortgage, the house was sold Feb 2008 so the paperwork I signed will be a CCA that is post 2007. I was paying up till July 2012, however I was overpaying the so there was a surplus that serviced the debt was until May 2013 (first missed payment according to Noodle). Got the first letter from them today, really surprised it has taken them this long. Wondering what to do next? I can offer to pay something and ironically if I pay the
  4. We have a de-linked unsecured loan (part of together mortgage, but we moved mortgage) from 2006 for £29k, we have never missed a payment, the past few years we have had agreed, reduced means tested payments NRAM passed it to a solicitor who have managed to issue a CCJ against us after saying we missed six months payments..we didn't. We called the solicitor from the CAB on the morning of the court date (October 2017) and CAB manager explained we hadn't missed any payments. They agreed to stop the court action that day (in an unrecorded phone call!) CAB man
  5. Good morning. This is my first post on here . not sure if this is the right section. Basically received a letter form ukar NRAM on 19/12/18 account has moved to loss recoveries loan gone In to default and a formal demand was issued outstanding balance of 17083.51 is now sought . Now this is the first letter I have received from NRAM . not had any contact with them for over 12 years me and my ex had a mortgage with nothren rock back in 2006 100 pct and a loan attached I am sure so long ago can't remember . now we split up in 2008 and her dad boug
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    I have read your valuable information with interest and would gratefully accept some advice if possible please? My brother and his wife are getting divorced after 25 years of marriage. During their marriage they fell into severe financial difficulties with their debts and then started offering lower instalments which has continued Nram have been the most difficult to deal with and never stopped charging interest on the loan which I regularly asked them to do but they stated they weren't obligated to do. In June 2018 we sold his house which only left £15k which I have sep
  7. Dear all I have just joined this forum in the hope I can request for some advice on my current situation. I have an NRAM together mortgage on a property bought in 2005. The mortgage is £99,500 and the unsecured loan is £23,500 outstanding. My property is in Stoke on Trent where house prices are slow to rise. The last valuation I have had shows the house to be wroth round £97-99k. In 2007, two years into the mortgage, while it was still with Northen Rock and before the crisis I was offered a job in London. My salary increased from £32k to £50k. I requested Consent to Let but th
  8. Hello, I have an eviction date of 13/07/2011, i am £7500 in arrears with my mortgage the original repossession hearing was back in 2005/2006, since then I have had a very poorly baby, been very ill myself and still have problems with my blood pressure and liver. NRAM have issued an eviction date and i have complied with them and provided all my I&E details. I rang today to make my normal payment the gentleman stated that they have made a decision and that i need to pay £4k off the arrears and increase my offer of overpayments, they are stating t
  9. hi, I bought a BTL in Glasgow in 2005 at a value of £175,000. The mortgage was £155,000 and fast forward 12 years it was still in neg equity after the crash in 2008. with a host of tenant and service charge issues. in the end i let it get repossessed and it was sold for £139,000 in less than a week. the arrears were £7,000 and im sure there were costs involved in the sale such as estate agents and sols etc which we expected we were expecting s shortfall of circa £30,000. we received a letter with stating a shortfall of just under £45,000?! There was no breakdown of costs or the account ju
  10. Hey Folks, Today I noticed on my credit file that NRAM have decided to finally add a "default" after 5+ Years. This was an on going dispute with NRAM and my now eX Wife....... they wouldn't remove her from the mortgage even tho we had been separated 5 years prior and she had never made a payment towards it.... anyway.. Can they add a default this late on? the last payment they had was July 2010 and I would assume a realistic default date would be 2, 3 or maybe 6 months after no further payments? Cheers, Flappy
  11. Hi I am hoping somebody can provide advice on next steps please. For background my left my husband last year. At the time we had a Together mortgage with Northern Rock. He remortgaged the joint property and paid the existing mortgage -job done. He did not repay the loan but agreed that he would continue to pay instead of buying me out of the property - I agreed. Unfortunately he has fallen on hard times and agreed a repayment through a debt management company for reduced payments to NR. They are now taking us both to court for the full amount. I only found th
  12. Hi there, I have recently sold a property which was mortgaged on the well known Together product. I financial advisor advised that I delink and retain the surplus as a deposit towards the purchase of a new property (currently renting at present due to relocation). The apr on the unsecured element has jumped to over 12%. While this was not unexpected, this is a huge amount, and with the remaining term of 25 years, I will be paying in excess of £100k on an original £30k unsecured element. To me, there must be a case of mis-selling here. I know there ha
  13. Hi, Like many hundreds of other borrowers with Northern Rock Together Mortgages, we have an unsecured loan for an amount in excess of £25k which we took out prior to 2008. The unsecured loan paperwork states that it is covered by the CCA although NRAM are now trying to argue that this is not the case (because the amount exceeds the limit that was covered when we took the loan out). We, like many others, have complained to NRAM to no avail and now approached the Financial Ombudsmen for help. However, everyone so far seems to have been fobbed off in a manner which the
  14. Hi everyone, not been on the forum for a long time, mainly due to the help and advice I received at the time! I have a quick question, but first a bit of history. 6 years ago my wife was made redundant. She was earning a great salary at the time, so we were hit quite hard. Had to make arrangements with all creditors, most of whom hit us with defaults from every angle!! We have a Together mortgage with NRAM. The secured element has always been kept up to date, but 3 years ago we made an arrangement to make reduced payments. Should have been paying £140, but been paying £40. Th
  15. Hi, I have one of the infamous NRAM Together mortgages with the separate unsecured loan, now a few years back following a relationship breakup I was struggling to pay the mortgage on my own so came to an agreement to pay the full mortgage amount but drop the unsecured element to a token payment of a couple of pounds a month. Now fast forward to today I'm still paying the token amount but NRAM haven't ever defaulted the unsecured loan and just report it to the CRA as sustained arrears, I've been working hard to clean up my Credit record following mess from the split
  16. Hi Guy's, I'm not sure how to play this one, I bought a property with my ex back in 2007 for around 95K (In Scotland) To cut a long story short we separated, she left and went into a "trust deed" Nram wouldn't remove her from the property and I was basically left to pay the arrears at the time and the mortgage while i wasn't living in it. I tried and tried to take the property in my name, my only chance was to then rent the property out pay the arrears.... moving on the house was repossessed about a year ago and they undersold it at 80K, no payments have been made for exactly 6
  17. Hi All Is there a difference between a court hearing for Possession and / or Repossession its probs a silly question and I know the answer but I ask because I have just recieved some paperwork re my court appearence on Monday 6th Dec, hence the title O M G. Mr Very Worried at the momment however I am sure that will change in the next few hrs.
  18. I know absolutely nothing about mortgages so they really have me by the short & curlies! I wonder if anyone can help please. My husband and I have had a mortgage with Northern Rock which then changed to NRAM since 2005 We took a 105% loan, so part was secured and part unsecured In 2009 we requested a 1 month payment holiday which was agreed by Northern Rock (part of our mortgage deal) we'd never taken a holiday before or since and have never been in arrears We're just in the process of selling and buying a new property and have asked for a redemption statement Th
  19. Hi All, I currently have arrears with my NRAM mortgage, of about £4500, of that £550 + interest + 8% is arrears and " payment option fees" and a solicitors instruction fee. I usually refuse to talk to them on the phone, but recently did, and let slip that I wanted all fees back, I received a letter in return ( 8 weeks later! ), simply stating that because I had gone into arrears, they "would not remove the fees or interest or charges." So, do I now send them a formal Request for 'repayment of charges', Also because I am in Scotland, do I need to change the word
  20. Hi I currently have a together mortgage with NRAM, got this back in 2006. I took this mortgage on with my now ex girlfriend. For the last 4 years I've been trying to get her off the mortgage and she is happy for this to be done. I have 3 defaults on credit cards, which are due to expire in 2016, when I asked NRAM to do a change of parties, they want to do a affordability check, which then stalls due to the defaults. They won't even go any further with the application as soon as they hear the word default. I have paid the mortgage without any misse
  21. Following a long hard battle with NRAM they have finally admitted that my claim from recompense due to their error regards the CCA is correct HOWEVER I was made bankrupt in 2012, I was discharged a year later. NRAM have sent me a letter stating that customers who are bankrupt or in an IVA will not receive remediation.. Is this correct? They state that remediation would be an asset in the bankruptcy. The fact of the matter is that during the period in which they cocked up I was paying off my loan etc ( I was not bankrupt at this time!) I am discharged They state there is
  22. I got divorced around 5 years ago and agreed to take over the house we both owned and move back in as it was too small for the ex wife and the children to live in. Around 4 years ago I took full custody of our 3 children but the house was only 2 bedrooms so I had to make some small alterations to split a bedroom to increase capacity. During this process I missed a mortgage payment as I was financially stretched with taking the children on full time unexpectedly. At the same time I had put in a PPI claim for £2500 with NRAM because of miss sold sickness insurance.
  23. Hi everyone, Is anyone in the same situation or maybe I can get an advice? In 2007 I took together mortgage( interest only) with Northern Rock for £162.000 For the first two years we were paying interest only £865.30 at 6.35% After that in 2009 the interest dropped to SVR 4.78% so they recalculates our payment to £663.30.(interest only) We decided to keep paying the same original amount, and start overpaying the mortgage. Over months/years our outstanding balance was decreasing. In November 2013 I realised that the amount of interest charged has been the same
  24. hi everyone recently had property repossessed by nram and left with shortfall. shortfall now settled and account balance is 0. my question is now the account is settled can i still claim back all of the ridiculous charges and fees they applied to the account, over the last 9 years? cheers
  25. Hi,I recently just paid off my IVA six months early and I'm coming off my interest only period with NRAM who to be fair have been good enough to stick to it but in three months I go back to repayment increasing payments by £300 will NRAM extend my mortgage term to help reduce the payment. Cheers nafjor
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