This week’s most read on Mortgage Solutions and Specialist Lending Solutions saw research showing that more than half of prospective first-time buyers were confused by common housing market and mortgage terminology.
This was followed by figures showing Purplebricks dominating the online estate agent market with 69 per cent of the market share.
And an official investigation into the Australian financial services sector proposed an end to lenders paying commission to mortgage brokers as one of its key findings.
Majority of first-time buyers confused by mortgage jargon
Purplebricks dominates online estate agents with 69% market share
Mortgage broker commission fee ban proposed in Australia
CYBG highlights ‘sustained pricing pressure’ in mortgage market
Japanese knotweed to be under control by 2040 – research
Just Mortgages appoints two area directors to self-employed division
TSLE2019: Undisclosed lender high-pressure selling with product transfer offer – Jannels
Online Mortgage Advisor partners with Criteria Hub
‘It’s a long time since a lender wanted to build-up links with DA firms’ – Chartwell Funding
Landlords will offer longer tenancies if evictions are easier – Ministry of Housing