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Top 10 most read mortgage broker stories this week – 04/10/2019

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Top 10 most read mortgage broker stories this week – 04/10/2019
A rogue landlord getting fined £40,000, a 10 per cent reduction in stamp duty receipts and the departure of Metro Bank's controversial founder and chairman Vernon Hill were among the top stories this week.

 

Other popular stories included Clydesdale’s promise to give customers £100 if an application was not completed in 10 days or less as well as the expansion of The Mortgage Lender’s sales team, which saw the addition of five new staff.

 

Rogue landlord fined £40,000 over ‘dangerous’ and unlicensed HMO

 

Stamp duty receipts fall as transactions decline – HMRC

 

FCA warns P2P lenders to clean up act

 

Santander trims rates and warns brokers about self-employed income cut-off

 

Clydesdale makes ‘mortgage offer in 10 days or £100 cash’ commitment

 

Vernon Hill to depart Metro Bank

 

Brokers need to push ‘Bank of Mum and Dad’ borrowers to get legal advice ‒ analysis

 

Mortgage lender graduate among Apprentice contestants

 

‘In future, lenders will bid for borrowers’ — Platform Bristol Supper Club

 

The Mortgage Lender expands sales team with five new roles

 

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