The article focuses on a research commissioned by the publication "Mortgage Strategy" in September 2013， which revealed the decline of brokers' access to loan-to-value (LTV) products in Great Britain in 2011. It is reported that lenders in the country have shied away from higher-LTV lending since the start of the economic crisis. It also discusses how David Copland， mortgage industry leader at LSL company， led to suggest that dual pricing has given way to dual LTVs.
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The article reports that the maximum loan-to-value (LTV) on some of the buy-to-let products has been increased from 70% to 80% by Leeds Building Society. The society is now providing two-year fixed rate at 80% LTV at 5.69% and also offering a fees-assisted two-year fix at 80% LTV at a rate of 5.99%.
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As is well known， the variational equations of nonlinear dynamic systems are linear time-varying (LTV) by nature. In the modal solutions for these LTV equations， the earlier introduced dynamic eigenvalues play a key role. They are closely related to the Lyapunov- and Floquet-exponents of the corresponding nonlinear systems.In this contribution， we present some simple examples for which analytic solutions exist. It is also demonstrated by example how the classical linear time-invariant (LTI) solutions are related to the equilibrium points of the general LTV solutions.
The article reports that according to the latest mortgage monitor from surveyor e.surv， the number of mortgages advanced at an loan-to-value (LTV) of 85% or more increased by 32% during 2010-2011.
The article offers brief information on the 2-year fixed rate mortgage loan from Nationwide， with a 60 percent loan to value (LTV) ratio.
The article evaluates 3-Year Fixed Rate Buy-To-Let to 70% loan-to-value (LTV) mortgage from finance company Skipton Intermediaries.
The article evaluates 5-Year Fixed Rate Buy-To-Let to 75% loan-to-value (LTV) mortgage from finance company Skipton Intermediaries.
This paper considers the problem of certifying the performance of a class of model-based fault detection schemes. The underlying plant is assumed to be a linear time-varying (LTV) system subject to a Markov-switching fault input. The fault detection scheme consists of two parts： an LTV component that produces a scalar residual and a static nonlinear function that infers the presence of a fault based on this residual. Probabilistic performance metrics are presented and the complexity of computing these metrics is analyzed. It is shown that under a set of realistic assumptions， this complexity is reduced to polynomial time. An aerospace example， involving a pitot-static probe subject to random bias faults， is used to demonstrate the usefulness of this analysis.