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Top 10 most read articles on Mortgage Solutions this week – 03/11/2017

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Top 10 most read articles on Mortgage Solutions this week – 03/11/2017
In a week where the well-trailed first Bank of England Base Rate rise in a decade dominated much of the national press, it was other issues in the home buying process dominating readers’ attention.

Collapsed transactions are the bane of many brokers lives, so any initiative to reduce these is likely to prove popular.

The buy-to-let sector was also active with news that more landlords are looking to sell properties while there are fewer products available for the non-portfolio market.

And the regulator had a busy week with its consultation into the compensation scheme and warnings to networks.


Brokers back £1,000 ‘fine’ for collapsing a property sale


Record number of landlords plan to ditch BTL properties – BM Solutions


Siblings guilty of mortgage fraud in crime syndicate convictions


Mortgage broker compensation limits to hit £85k but providers will contribute


Mortgage lenders expected to pass on rate rise with immediate effect


Non-portfolio BTL mortgages fall following PRA changes


Stamp Duty takings surge by £2bn ahead of Autumn Budget


BSA laments proposed FSCS changes as AMI celebrates


Brexit preventing mortgage prisoner help: Bailey


Promoting second charge for debt consolidation leaves industry ‘open to accusations’ – analysis

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