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Top 10 most read mortgage broker stories this week – 03/01/2020

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Top 10 most read mortgage broker stories this week – 03/01/2020
The new year was kicked of with a raft of market data giving an insight into how the sector fared in 2019 and how it might take shape over the next twelve months.

Elsewhere, people moves were among the most read, with Trussle’s founder resigning from the broker firm with immediate effect and Alison Beech being appointed non-executive director to the Fosters Financial board.

Competition drives bigger falls in high LTV interest rates ‒ Moneyfacts

ATMs to offer mortgage advice ‘in five years’

Trussle founder Ishaan Malhi quits firm

Bovis Homes Group rebrands following Linden acquisition

Land Registry reveals new build sales crash

Buyers and homeowners befuddled by size measurements ‒ Barclays

Accord cuts product transfer rates

TSB and Leeds BS launch New Year mortgage deals

Alison Beech joins Fosters Financial board

North west towns saw biggest house price jumps last year ‒ Halifax

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