This week’s most read on Mortgage Solutions and Specialist Lending Solutions saw in first position mortgage prisoner campaigners asking the Treasury for a public inquiry and emergency speed action on inactive lenders.
This was followed by the speech of Aldermore national sales manager, Matt McCullough, at Mortgage Solutions’ Buy to Let Market Forum, showing that landlords are calling for more engagement from brokers and lenders in the BTL sector.
Spicerhaart launching an interest-only ‘at maturity’ borrower service and Family BS introducing three retirement interest-only products broke also into the top five stories.
NatWest cutting its rates and our exclusive announcement on the finalists of the 2019 Legal & General Mortgage Club awards were also well read.
Mortgage prisoners ask Treasury for public inquiry and urgent action on inactive lenders
Buy to Let Market Forum: Landlords want more engagement and support from brokers – Aldermore
Spicerhaart launches interest-only ‘at maturity’ borrower service
Family Building Society launches RIO mortgage products
NatWest cuts residential and BTL rates by up to 1.47%
Exclusive: Legal & General Mortgage Club awards – all the finalists
Bank of England forecasts fall in house prices and purchases
One thousand homes a week purchased through Help to Buy last year
Aldermore cuts rates and adds deals to high LTV residential range
Lloyds puts ‘price discipline’ ahead of mortgage market volume