This week on Mortgage Solutions and Specialist lending Solutions the potential for more tax upheaval for limited company landlords drew significant interest from readers.
The Financial Ombudsman Service also drew attention to concerns around interest-only mortgages and Hodge Lifetime unveiled its retirement interest-only deal with no end date.
Meanwhile the Financial Conduct Authority’s approach to execution-only practices and Nationwide’s Help to buy changes caught brokers’ eyes.
Proposed dividend income tax changes to hit limited company landlords
Mortgage complaints fall as FOS sounds alarm over interest-only
Hodge Lifetime announces retirement interest-only loan with no end date
The six traits that make a successful mortgage broker – Duncombe
Is the FCA right to encourage more execution-only mortgages? – Marketwatch
Nationwide hikes maximum LTV for Help to Buy Equity Loan repayment cases
Lenders should consider increasing proc fees to match longer term fixes – McCoy
Lenders support open criteria but fear ‘prescriptive rules’ from FCA mortgage study
One-to-one with Castle Trust’s new MD of mortgages Barry Searle
Open Banking will change mortgage industry – MAB conference