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Top 10 most read mortgage broker stories this week – 09/08/2019

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Top 10 most read mortgage broker stories this week – 09/08/2019
The spotlight was on bad behaviour and regulatory failings as fraudulent activity among a building society manager and an estate agent piqued our readers' interest.


There were also sanctions handed to Nationwide and Primis for not complying with regulatory requirements.

However, it was not all negative as we saw a pensioner come into a six-figure sum off the back of good advice from an equity release adviser.


Equity release adviser lands client six-figure cash windfall


FOS orders Primis to pay compensation after broker’s £30k stamp duty advice error


Inheritance skipping generations to support first-time buyers – OneFamily


Principality BS manager forged letters to steal £180,000


Borrowers earning over £70k are still having problems securing a mortgage – Harpenden BS


Fraudulent estate agent jailed after pocketing deposits


Convicted mortgage fraudster ordered to surrender properties worth £315k


FCA urged to start recording calls with supervised firms


FOS fine highlights brokers at risk from advice ‘drift’ ‒ analysis


Repossessions leap 15 per cent due to FCA ‘guidance’ on historic cases ‒ UK Finance


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