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Top 10 most read mortgage broker stories this week – 20/03/2020

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Top 10 most read mortgage broker stories this week – 20/03/2020
It was a rapid moving week for the mortgage market, as the government and Bank of England adjusted to the economic impacts caused by the novel coronavirus.


The most read stories this week unsurprisingly related to industry updates as a result of these changes, including the three-month mortgage holiday announced by the chancellor which was then extended to buy to let and Help to Buy borrowers.

Outside of government-led changes were those made by banks, such as allowing customers impacted by Covid-19 to miss mortgage payments without risking damage to their credit history.


How the residential and buy-to-let mortgage payment holidays will work


Lloyds and NatWest lay out missed mortgage payment plans due to coronavirus


Nationwide confirms mortgage holidays will not damage borrower credit history


Bank of England cancels stress tests


Mortgage payment holiday extended to buy-to-let and Help to Buy


Homeowners given three-month Covid-19 mortgage holiday, chancellor announces


Mortgage lenders halt residential and buy-to-let repossessions – how it will work


Barclays’ mortgage rescue package includes interest-only switch option


Bank of England could lower rates and restart QE to shield against coronavirus hit


Brokers warned to change business models as five-year fixes return


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