Speculation over how Stamp Duty could be changed in the Autumn Budget went into overdrive this week ahead of the main event.
Nationwide captured attention with its foray into the equity release market, as did the launch of NatWest’s product transfer fee.
Claims management companies also made headlines this week.
And Open Banking came into focus as next year draws closer.
Autumn Budget 2017: Stamp duty cut predicted for first-time buyers
Nationwide enters lifetime lending market
NatWest confirms 0.2% product transfer fee launch before Christmas
Open Banking could move mortgage and home buying process onto one platform – Deloitte
Richard Merrett to join Largemortgageloans.com as MD – exclusive
Intrinsic ordered to pay out thousands over mortgages that funded Harlequin investments
Prepare for CMCs to target mortgage industry once PPI is done – Promise
Focus Stamp Duty cuts on older people to tackle ‘dysfunctional’ housing market – LSE
Virgin Money warns of lending dip but targets £5bn growth through Open Banking platform
HSBC to raise mortgage rates after Bank of England hike