A court case involving Santander and a woman who was defrauded by her son topped the list of this week's biggest stories.
A speech from a top executive at the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) also commanded interest after it addressed concerns over equity release, as well as mortgage prisoners.
And there were a number of big stories to come out of Mortgage Solutions‘ The Mortgage and Protection Event (TMPE), which is still open for registrations in London and Southampton.
Santander wins appeal to repossess mum’s home after son’s mortgage fraud
FCA raises alarm over ‘younger’ equity release borrowers
Makes ‘no sense’ for affordability rules to deny mortgage prisoners a cheaper deal – FCA
Second homes tax to be reviewed as loophole costs councils millions of pounds
Fraudster jailed after running mortgage and property scam
TMPE2018: Brokers must explain the risks of protection insurance – Walton
Product transfers: It’s important advisers ‘do what is right, not easy’ – Marketwatch
TMPE2018: Proc fees may have topped-out as lenders feel the squeeze – L&G MC
Persimmon boss steps down after £75m bonus backlash
TMPE2018: ‘I’m worried about brokers who do not adapt’ – Duncombe