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The 10 biggest mortgage broker stories this week – 28/09/18

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The 10 biggest mortgage broker stories this week – 28/09/18
Topping this week's stories is Just Mortgages plans to increase its self-employed specialist brokers this year.


Legal and General’s foray into retirement interest-only also caused a stir, as did Labour’s proposed changes to landlord eviction notices.

Buy-to-let investors were again the focus of more amendments to tax returns.


Just Mortgages to hit 180 self-employed specialist brokers by year-end

Exclusive: Legal and General to launch RIO and encourage mainstream broker interest

Labour would axe Section 21 notices for landlords with ‘radical’ housing policy

Landlords with income below £1,000 exempt from tax return obligation – HMRC

MAB eyes digital advice as market share, adviser numbers and profits rise

Brokers will be ‘out of a job if they focus on purchase market’ – Legal and General Mortgage Club conference

Lloyds’ Mike Jones takes aim at regulator’s mortgage stress rate policy

The weird and wonderful reasons clients remortgage to raise capital – Hall

Help to Buy ISA flaw delays 45,000 first-time buyers

Ben Thompson on working with Brodnicki and the opportunity to grow MAB – interview

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