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The top 10 stories on Mortgage Solutions this week – 02/11/2018

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In a Budget story-heavy week, the landlord's residence relief cut and Help to Buy extension to 2023 feature high in our top ten.

 

However, Marks & Spencer’s complaint statistics took the top spot. Catch up on the week with Mortgage Solutions here.

 

M&S Bank gets most mortgage complaints as financial grievances surge – FCA

 

Budget 2018: Landlords hit with £470m private residence relief cut

 

Budget 2018: Help to Buy scheme to end in March 2023

 

Digital lender Molo Finance launches with buy-to-let offer

 

Homes England pledges to ‘disrupt the housing market’ with five-year strategy

 

Santander profits hit by loss of SVR customers and competitive market

 

Budget 2018: Overseas buyers’ stamp duty surcharge to be 1%

 

Budget 2018: Everything you need to know

 

Video: The rise of the API and the role of the broker [06:01]

 

Hinckley and Rugby BS drops maximum age limits

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