This week's most read on Mortgage Solutions and Specialist Lending Solutions involved the FCA investigating HMRC for telling self-employed people to remortgage to pay tax bills.
This was followed by a buy-to-let scammer being jailed for contempt of court after shifting a property portfolio to his wife.
Meanwhile the mortgage prisoners saga continued as Treasury ignored calls to help the beleaguered group, and a couple convicted of committing £500k-plus mortgage fraud was also well read.
FCA investigates HMRC for telling self-employed people to remortgage to pay tax bills
Buy-to-let scammer jailed after shifting property portfolio to wife
Treasury ignores calls to help mortgage prisoners
Couple convicted of committing £500k-plus mortgage fraud
Building more homes may not be the answer to our housing crisis – Phillips
Countrywide confirms massive losses despite record year for mortgages
Broker Stuart Rae Duncan passes away
TSB lifts remortgage rates and partners with Julian Harris network
Metro Bank investigated by FCA and PRA after miscalculating mortgage book risk
Rogue agent fined £70k over HMO offences