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The top 10 mortgage broker stories this week – 29/03/2019

by: Mortgage Solutions
  • 29/03/2019
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This week the buy-to-let story outlining the thousands of landlords selling up or hiking rents was our top story by far, followed by ex-regulator Lynda Blackwell's blog on the difficulties facing mortgage prisoners.

 

The Financial Conduct Authority’s (FCA) controversial Mortgages Market Study paper was out on Tuesday this week, and the coverage saw surging views with the regulator’s suggestion that broker’s drive to get paid commission fees could lead to many cutting corners getting top billing. The feedback to that will be an interesting read.

Review the rest of the week with us and have a great weekend.

 

Rents rise as landlords look to sell up

Hard facts and consequences need to be accepted on mortgage prisoners – Blackwell

 

MMS: FCA says broker incentives stop borrowers getting a cheaper deal

Down valuations: ‘A good mortgage broker’s job is to provide funding to facilitate purchases’ – Marketwatch

MMS: FCA rule changes to support execution-only as consumers ‘channelled unnecessarily into advice’

Petition calling on Rightmove to end ‘no tenants on benefits’ ads hits 36k signatures

 

Equity release, technological innovation and the problem of under-valuations – Pure Retirement Brighton Supper Club

Ex-regulator slams MMS paper for falling ‘far short’ of the mark

Locations of five more garden towns revealed to bring 64,000 homes

MMS: FCA could change lending rules to help mortgage prisoners

 

 

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