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Top 10 most read mortgage broker news stories this week – 19/10/2018

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Top 10 most read mortgage broker news stories this week – 19/10/2018
Estate agents were in the headlines again this week as the Home Owners Association revealed it was hearing significant numbers of complaints about high pressure referral tactics.

 

Agents were also accused by government and other industry representatives of being unsupportive of the potential for reservation agreements to improve the homebuying process.

NatWest’s increase of its procuration fee drew attention, as did its demand for a landlord to evict her tenant receiving housing benefit in order to remortgage.

Meanwhile concerns were also raised about the stability of some peer-to-peer lenders with fears poor lending practices could severely damage the market.

 

Estate agents pressuring buyers to use in-house brokers and charging 8% commission on auction sales – HOA

 

 

NatWest raises maximum procuration fee

 

 

Peer-to-peer lenders warned not to take the industry down with them

 

 

Persimmon boss walks off camera when asked about £75m bonus

 

 

Remortgage or product transfer?

 

 

Estate agents resisting reservation agreements – Ministry of Housing

 

 

NatWest tells landlord to evict tenant on benefits or pay £2.5k in ERCs

 

 

What will the Budget 2018 hold for housing and mortgage brokers? – Marketwatch

 

 

Exclusive: Accord drops identity document certification to speed applications

 

 

Offering ‘superb service’ best lead generation tool – poll result

 

 

 

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