The five best read stories of last week:
A round up of last week’s key stories
In his latest blog for Mortgage Solutions, Lea Karasavvas tells brokers they should be proud of what they do.
He’s an “honest-to-god housing minister” but a “homeboy by nature” – welcome to Grant Shapps’ fake Twitter feed.
A mortgage fraudster who “benefited” by £507,939 from criminal activities has been ordered to pay an extra £22,000 in proceeds of crime.
In a Mortgage Solutions exclusive, Mortgages for Business’ David Whittaker discusses funding plans, competition and his expectations for new product range for new lender Keystone.
Berkely Alexander’s Geoff Hall explores the shockwaves of the PPI mis-selling scandal involving banks and loan companies and covers approaching the ASU sale process with no misgivings.
ING Direct has become the latest lender to cut its maximum Loan to Value (LTV) on interest-only lending from 75% to 50%.
In the latest Mortgage Solutions poll, 92% of brokers admitted facing difficulty placing interest-only cases.