Douglas Cochrane's retirement announcement from Lloyds Banking Group after more than four decades was one of the top stories for Mortgage Solutions' readers this week.
As was the news that another member of the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee hinted at a further interest rate cut and the launch of a fixed-fee high net worth individual concierge service.
However issues with high rise building inspections continued to gain attention while one broker revealed how they had teamed-up with trusted firms to form a concierge service for clients.
Overdue cladding inspections leading to ‘thousands’ of rejected mortgage applications
Broker launches fixed-fee HNW ‘concierge’ service with trusted firms
Lettings boss banned after spending tenants’ deposits
Douglas Cochrane to retire from Lloyds Bank after 40 years
Prosecutors seek to confiscate £5.3m from property fraud convict
Serial fraudster jailed for five years after £1m fake life insurance claim
Regulators ‘in conflict’ over evicting older borrowers – Family BS
‘The lender created a bespoke product for our client after a down-valuation’ – Marketwatch
Third MPC member hints at possible base rate cut in January
Broker FSCS levy drops to £3m