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Top 10 most read mortgage broker stories this week – 26/04/2019

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Top 10 most read mortgage broker stories this week – 26/04/2019
This week’s most read on Mortgage Solutions and Specialist Lending Solutions saw in first position our exclusive on the bold move by The Buy to Let Business and Buy to Let Club to rebrand to Dynamo.

 

This was followed by research released by Kensington Mortgages showing that predicts a quarter of a million Britons will have reached the repayment date for their interest-only mortgage without being able to find a new deal elsewhere in the next five years.

News that the lender’s upcoming application programming interface (API) link completion with Twenty7Tec’s Mortgage Apply software will go live in “a couple of weeks” was also well read.

The weekly marketwatch questioning brokers what products they want to see within the market in the next coming months drew attention too.

Meanwhile, FCA chief executive Andrew Bailey warned that firms which prioritise staying within the rules rather than doing the right thing by customers will not stand up to scrutiny for long.

 

 

EXCLUSIVE: The Buy to Let Business rebrands as Dynamo

 

Quarter of a million will struggle to refinance interest-only mortgages in next five years – Kensington

 

‘Lenders need to start considering non-sterling income on applications’ – Marketwatch

 

FCA chief tells firms to prioritise ‘doing the right thing’ or face scrutiny

 

Buy to Let Market Forum 2019: Kensington confirms API link going live and host of criteria changes

 

Fleet steps down as John Charcol chief executive

 

Nationwide invests £3m with fintech firms on Open Banking apps

 

Thompson and Tilley promoted in MAB board rejig

 

Exclusive: BM Solutions reviewing portfolio property limits

 

Shawbrook MD Jeremy Law to leave as lender merges seconds and commercial finance

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