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What did you miss? The top 10 stories on Mortgage Solutions this week

  • 24/03/2017
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What did you miss? The top 10 stories on Mortgage Solutions this week
A substantial property fraud conviction and significant lender moves proved the most interesting to our readers this week.

The international £1.2m scam involved a model and her mum – and prompted Beth Rudolph from the Conveyancing Association to outline how you can avoid your clients becoming a victim.

A new lender in the market always proves popular and so it was with Mortgage Solutions exclusive coverage of Secure Trust Bank’s entry.

Buy to let has proved a hot topic of late and with the Buy to Let Market Forum continuing next week in Cardiff and Reading, (following the first two events this week in Bolton and Birmingham) it has remained near the top of the agenda.

Retention fees are also a key source of concern for brokers. Principality Building Society unveiled its plans earlier this week, but intermediaries remain unhappy with the current state of affairs.


Model and mum jailed for £1.2m London property fraud


Secure Trust Bank enters mortgage market – exclusive


Nationwide launches family ‘gifted’ deposit mortgage range


BTLForum17: NatWest urges brokers to adopt tax dodging detection measures


Retention proc fees at 0.20% means battle not yet over, warn brokers


Brokers ignoring BTL limited company applications – poll result


What you most dread hearing from clients: It shouldn’t happen to a mortgage broker


BTLForum17 photo gallery: The roadshow in pictures


Principality introduces retention fees


Barclays overhauls mortgage range and cuts rates


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