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Top 10 most read mortgage broker stories this week – 11/10/2019

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Top 10 most read mortgage broker stories this week – 11/10/2019
Lender developments were the focus this week, as Natwest announcing it was working on application programming interfaces (API) and Yorkshire Building Society extending its mortgages to 40 years were some of the most read articles this week.

Broker firm London and Country partnering with price comparison site Comparethemarket.com was also of interest, as was the news that first-time buyers getting on to the property ladder through the Help to Buy scheme were paying up to a 20 per cent premium on new build homes.

 

First-time buyers stung by 20 per cent Help to Buy premium

 

Brokers still not using suitability letters ‘scares me’ – Jannels

 

Yorkshire Building Society lengthens mortgage terms to 40 years

 

Council launches possession proceedings for home of disgraced football chairman

 

‘We’re losing at least 25 per cent of product transfer business’ – Marketwatch

 

NatWest: APIs are coming but it takes time

 

London & Country teams up with Comparethemarket.com

 

Skipton launches Open Banking-based paperless mortgage applications

 

Mortgage rates favour FTBs with large deposits as 95 per cent LTV rates rise

 

Banned landlord fined after threatening tenant

 

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