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The 10 biggest mortgage broker stories this week – 29/03/18

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The 10 biggest mortgage broker stories this week – 29/03/18
A platform partnership between Halifax and Smatr365 was the biggest story on Mortgage Solutions this week, as the much anticipated Application Programming Interface (API) availability finally starts to make a mark on the industry.

An attempt by Mortgage Trust to claim damages in a mortgage fraud case also grabbed the headlines, along with an upcoming technology pitch night from Dynamo.

The British Specialist Lending Awards finalists also generated a lot of interest from readers this week.


Halifax and Smartr365 launch API integration for mortgage applications

Mortgage Trust £200,000 mortgage fraud damages case thrown out of court

Countrywide digital adviser Dynamo to run mortgage technology pitch night

The British Specialist Lending Awards finalists

LSL Property Services splashes out £2.5m on new build broker

Exclusive: Gareth Lewis leaves Precise Mortgages for MTF

Where do online brokers get their clients from? – Dryden

Open Banking could be ‘biggest shake-up of mortgage industry in years’ – Marketwatch

HSBC launches 95% LTV mortgages through brokers only

Broker-lender relations have undergone a fundamental shift – Hunt


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