Mortgage Solutions readers were gripped by the news that the FCA's Lynda Blackwell had quit the regulator sending her candid interview with Victoria Hartley to the top of the most read stories this week.
News that Keystone was raising its procuration fee to 0.70% on its Classic range to reflect the additional work brokers will need to do for portfolio buy to lets was a talking point. Meanwhile stories about technology and complex buy to let continued to secure firm places in this week’s most read round up.
Exclusive: FCA mortgage manager Lynda Blackwell quits regulator
Buy-to-let specialist lender to increase proc fee to 0.7%
Big data: The four horsemen of the apocalypse Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google are on their way
Brokers welcome Nationwide’s withdrawal of free legals
GoCompare becomes 3rd largest MortgageGym.com investor
Legal and General unveils prefab home prototype
Lenders predict squeeze on 90% LTV mortgage products
Brokers bemoan flood of ‘mediocre’ mortgage products
Airbnb-style lets growing in popularity among landlords, say brokers
HMO calming measures must ‘strike a careful balance’