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Top 10 most read stories on Mortgage Solutions this week – 22/09/2017
Estate agents have been making headlines for all the wrong reasons in recent weeks, and this week was no different as the scandal of a secret cartel inflating commissions was revealed.

And online-based estate agent Purplebricks also made the headlines by threatening legal action about “fake, not negative” online reviews.

The question of mortgage broker fees also attracted attention, with a debate about just how brokers should be remunerated. Down-valuations and the conveyancing industry are also topics of concern at present for the broking community.


Estate agents fined £370,000 for forming secret illegal cartel


Broker says ‘double-dipping’ fee claims sensationalist


Mortgage fraudster who faked wife’s wage slips given suspended sentence


How to help interest-only customers with no repayment vehicle – analysis


PurpleBricks threatens legal action over ‘fake not negative’ AllAgent reviews


Accord unveils sub-1% mortgage at 80% LTV


BoE says down-valuations behind more property transactions collapsing


Open Banking is going to change everything – Davidson


Free legals: ‘The whole conveyancing industry will be very different in a few years’ – Marketwatch


The key portfolio lender changes for landlords – Liz Syms


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