Broker suggestions on how they advised buy-to-let clients ahead of the tax changes and Habito's "intriguing" house purchase loan were among the most read stories this week.
Mortgage prisoners were also of interest, as the campaign group took further steps to solve their situation by engaging directly with lenders.
Wrongdoers were also the talking point this week, as the illegal activities of a solicitor involved in a property sting and some mortgage fraudsters who went on the run were the subjects of some of the most read articles.
How brokers are keeping landlord clients profitable in buy-to-let – analysis
Crazy regulation quirks of buy-to-let need overhauling – Syms
Solicitor struck off for fleecing client in property sting
Liquidation for Kevin McCloud-backed property firms
‘Chunky fee’ a key concern with ‘intriguing’ Habito loan
Mortgage fraudsters on the run handed Brexit reprieve
Mortgage prisoners talking directly with lenders to find solutions
Customer impatience will require mortgage brokers and lenders to co-operate – Trussle
First-time buyer mortgages hit 12-year high in ‘near perfect’ conditions
Brokers ‘unearth’ opportunities during purchase slowdown – analysis
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