This week's most feverishly-read stories on Mortgage Solutions include the BM Solutions view on limited company buy-to-let mortgages, HSBC's raft of broker-centric changes, and the adviser view from our supper club in Bristol on Nationwide's launch into equity release.
Take a review of the week’s highlights according to our readers with us and enjoy the sunshine this weekend from all the Mortgage Solutions team.
Is limited company buy to let overhyped?
HSBC no longer requires bank statements; Mortgage broker partners hit 100
‘Nationwide could blow other equity release lenders out of the market’ – The Bristol Supper Club
RBS offers to buy Tesco Bank’s mortgage book
Universal Credit changes mean advisers must warn mortgage clients – Scottish Widows
Lenders criticised for ‘meaningless’ age cap changes – analysis
Lenders raise major obstacles blocking progress on FCA mortgage prisoners proposal
Barclays criteria overhaul extends five times income multiple to £30k earners
FSCS pays out £9.4m in compensation for broker failings
All the photo highlights from the AMI Annual Dinner 2019
Victoria is group editor, Mortgage Solutions and Your Mortgage at AE3 Media.
Previous titles include editor of What Mortgage and Credit Today and a stint freelancing for various titles, including The Guardian, Which? and Money.co.uk