It was a busy week for lender criteria changes and these grabbed brokers’ interest as well – both Skipton and Magellan made significant moves.
An exclusive product for brokers from Virgin Money perked interest while the subject of technology and robo-advice is a long-standing issue as well.
The goings-on at L&G Mortgage Club awards also grabbed attention. And of course there is a new housing minister to top it all off.
Skipton changes interest-only policy on repayment vehicles
The Legal and General Mortgage Club Awards in pictures
Customers expect robo-advice to be quicker and easier than brokers
Alok Sharma appointed housing minister
National Crime Agency seizes flats and assets from mortgage and wine fraudsters
Computershare prepares to offer mortgages using Topaz Finance brand
Virgin Money offers broker exclusive in product launches
Magellan opens criteria to ‘messy payers’
Richard Tugwell joins Together
The reasons behind soaring mortgage completion figures – Marketwatch