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Top 10 most read mortgage broker stories this week – 27/09/2019

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Top 10 most read mortgage broker stories this week – 27/09/2019
High street lenders were the focal point this week as Sainsbury's exit from the mortgage market and Santander's revaluing of its UK business came out as some of the most popular stories.

 

Elsewhere, shadow chancellor John McDonnell’s proposal to introduce a rental cap ruffled some feathers as he promised to challenged so-called “rip-off” landlords.

The news that mortgage fraud continued to rise in the first half of the year also drummed up interest as it was revealed that the use of false and altered documents were among the most common ways people deceptively applied for a mortgage.

 

Shadow chancellor deals second blow to ‘rip off’ landlords with rental cap pledge

 

False and altered documents drive increase in mortgage fraud

 

Brokers praise Sainsbury’s but fear more lender casualties

 

Santander UK hit by regulation, competition and Brexit to tune of €1.5bn

 

Mortgage clubs: ‘Newer players showing old guard how it should be done’ – analysis

 

Sainsbury’s guarantees existing offers on mortgage lending exit

 

Clydesdale head of mortgages to depart as Virgin Money merger proceeds

 

Government-led digital identity checks would combat mortgage fraud – Rudolf

 

Meagre house price growth will kill off housing ‘obsession’ ‒ Oxford Economics

 

‘Not much substance’ to FCA’s unaffordable second charge lending claims – FLA

 

 

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