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Top 10 most read mortgage broker stories this week – 02/08/19

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Top 10 most read mortgage broker stories this week – 02/08/19
Consumer uncertainty was prevalent this week as headlines suggested the self-employed expected to be rejected for mortgages while first-time buyers were adjusting their property plans due to Brexit.


It was not only customers who were unsure, as Bank of England (BoE) governor Mark Carney inconclusively said interest rates could either go up or down if the UK left the European Union with no-deal.


Self-employed mortgage applicants expect to be rejected


UK Finance 2018 lending league: Nationwide, Santander and HSBC grow strongly alongside specialists


Remortgaging could become the next interest-only crisis – Phillips


Vida Homeloans launches Help to Buy mortgage range


Santander joins Moneysupermarket’s execution-only product transfer platform



Carney: Interest rates could go up or down on no-deal Brexit


Private Finance MD Checkley fined over alleged rail worker assault


FTBs adjust buying plans over Brexit – Aldermore


Current stamp duty system ‘not working’, brokers say


Intermediaries expect more consumers to go direct to lender for mortgages




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