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Top 10 most read mortgage broker stories this week – 22/02/2019

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Top 10 most read mortgage broker stories this week – 22/02/2019
This week’s most read on Mortgage Solutions and Specialist Lending Solutions saw the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) feature prominently with a mortgage advice firm declared in default and the organisation's plans to tackle erroneous claims.

The threat of a potential commission fee ban has hit mortgage brokers in Australia hard with a bank offering mental health support.

And Liz Syms, CEO of Connect for Intermediaries, on the rise in fraudulent mortgage introducers and how to tackle them – including some of the devious exploits she has witnessed drew significant attention.

Continued rate cutting from two major building societies and this week’s Marketwatch on how to build relationships between lenders and brokers were also well read.

 

Mortgage adviser declared in default by FSCS

 

Potential fee ban: ‘Devastated mortgage brokers’ in Oz offered mental health support

 

The rise in fraudulent mortgage introducers and how to tackle them – Syms

 

Nottingham BS and Leeds BS cut rates and update deals – roundup

 

‘I find some lender attitudes towards the intermediary sector baffling’ – Marketwatch

 

Donald Trump prepares to privatise Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac

 

FSCS outlines plans to reduce erroneous ambulance-chasing claims targeting mortgage brokers

 

Self-employed and older borrowers key criteria for brokers – Firth

 

Smartr365 unveils API-compatible case management system – exclusive

 

Japanese knotweed heatmap launched

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