The idea that a mortgage with a fixed rate for its whole term potentially being introduced to the UK as soon as this year was a story which gripped most Mortgage Solutions readers this week.
The resignation of the TenetLime head of broker recruitment made the top read stories, as did the news that affordability had worsened for first time buyers in the decade to 2019.
Fixed-for-term mortgages on the horizon for UK lenders and brokers – analysis
Falling revenues should push chancellor to take axe to stamp duty – Phillips
Affordability worsens for first-time buyers – Halifax
Virgin Money mortgage book hit as lender opts out of rate wars
TenetLime head of broker recruitment quits – exclusive
Miguel Sard leaves Santander for big six rival – exclusive
Treasury considers extending regulation to help mortgage prisoners
RICS survey standard will mean fewer aborted transactions – Arnold
Bank of Ireland appoints two national account managers
Man loses properties acquired through mortgage fraud
Shekina is a reporter at Mortgage Solutions. She has over two years experience in the B2B publishing market, with previous industries including the pet, funeral, hospitality, retail and jewellery trades.
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