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The top 10 mortgage broker stories this week – 19/07/19

by: Mortgage Solutions
  • 19/07/2019
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This weeks' top stories centred on Boris Johnson's headline grabbing housing policy proposals on stamp duty, NatWest's technology drive and Atom Bank's director of intermediary lending Maria Harris' exit from the digital mortgage lender.

It’s been a big week for news on Mortgage Solutions so catch up and review the week here.

 

Boris Johnson considering switching stamp duty from buyer to seller

 

Brokers shrug off Johnson’s latest potential stamp duty reform ‒ analysis

 

NatWest: APIs will bring lenders into the broker process, not force them into ours – exclusive

 

Maria Harris leaves Atom Bank to become industry consultant

 

Which? Mortgage Advisers closes to new customers

 

Two mortgage brokers among 11 regulated firms in default in June

 

Skipton BS cuts BTL rates and Mansfield BS introduces high value remo product

 

One77 Mortgages enters digital advice space with eKeeper’s Burrow platform

 

Nationwide BS shares new build exposure limits with brokers

 

Pepper Money drops DSS restrictions on BTL mortgage lending – exclusive

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