Sainsbury's Bank accepting offers for its mortgage book was among the top stories this week, as was Coventry Building Society's admission that it made accounting errors which overstated its capital position.
Other top read news included a series of product and criteria changes, including Accord’s amendments to its buy-to-let offering and Metro Bank’s decision to waive fees for existing remortgaging customers.
Accord cuts minimum income and self-employed evidence for buy-to-let
Mortgage lenders unite over ‘unfair and onerous’ new-build estate fees – exclusive
FCA probing equity release and later life lending
ITV documentary fuelled outdated later life views – Access Equity Release
Wales and British Lions rugby star victim in £1m mortgage fraud led by wife
Sainsbury’s Bank taking bids on mortgage book – reports
They ‘pulled out all the stops’ to lend outside of policy – Marketwatch
Coventry BS admits overstating capital position
BM Solutions avoiding limited company as landlords not always getting right advice – Rickards
Metro Bank cuts mortgage fees for product transfers
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