The lenders that don't ask for bank statements piqued the interest of Mortgage Solutions readers this week.
Brokers were also moved by Lloyds’ plans to ditch Colleys surveyors for E.surv and speculation the government could implement further stamp duty hikes for landlords.
New appointments at Coventry Building Society and Legal & General grabbed the headlines, as well as a planned industry sleepout for the homeless.
The lenders avoiding bank statements from mortgage applicants
Lloyds to axe Colleys surveyors for E.surv – exclusive
Buy-to-let landlords may face stamp duty rate hike in the coming Budget
Coventry Building Society appoints seven business development managers
Exclusive: Legal and General Mortgage Club promotes Belton and recruits head of broker relationships
Sesame places ring of conditions around retirement interest-only advice sales
‘Five years ago nobody charged fees, now clients expect to pay for a broker’ – the Platform Supper Club in Nottingham
Mortgage industry plans ‘sleepout’ to raise awareness on homeless
Blockchain: Your essential guide to the basics
Equity release lender stability and PRA oversight questioned by think tank