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The top 10 mortgage advice stories this week – 07/09/2018

by: Mortgage Solutions
  • 07/09/2018
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The prospect of a stamp duty switch from buyer to seller caught our readers attention this week, alongside Openwork's impressive profits of over £19m and its evident recruitment skills adding 400 more advisers in 2017. Take a look back at the week in mortgages with us.

Switching stamp duty from buyer to seller one of many proposals to stave off tax rises – AAT


Openwork reports record profits of £19.1m – results


Housebuilder Berkeley warns over London property market


Government announces further crackdown on tenant fees from landlords and agents


Halifax Intermediaries: The first-time buyer guide for brokers


Half a million businesses hit by impersonation fraud – Lloyds Bank


Brokers: ‘Bank of Mum and Dad’ most searched resi mortgage term in August

Are the days numbered for foreign property investors? – Hall


Accord appoints Alvarez to new build and contractor corporate accounts


Should the UK ban overseas buyers from the property market? – Marketwatch

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