Technology was a talking point this week, with NatWest backing a mortgage and home buying app and the Nationwide piloting application programming interface technology to reduce rekeying.
Additionally, UK Finance statistics which showed that high street banks were increasing their mortgage lending despite a decline in overall market size proved to be of interest to Mortgage Solutions readers.
Nationwide launches API pilot aiming to cut rekeying by brokers
Mortgage advice industry will have to fight past battles again – Bamford
Brokers unconvinced by Tories’ lifetime fixed rate mortgage proposal ‒ analysis
HSBC opens up further advances and live chat to brokers
Dodgy landlord fined for fourth time over ‘appalling’ conditions
NatWest leading development of mortgage and home buying app
High street banks gain share despite mortgage lending dip – UK Finance
‘No sympathy’ if lenders lose out after taking riskier approach in market share battle ‒ analysis
Santander and NatWest lead multi-DiP platform Mortgage Engine launch
Legal and General Mortgage Club advisers hit record high in October
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