Preparations and expectations for what may happen to the property market once the pandemic passes were among the top stories this week as the extension of Help to Buy and a potential drop in UK house prices were reported.
Elsewhere, lenders were cautioned that the ban of the use of credit cards for gambling activity could lead to greater consequences in the mortgage sector.
Mortgage lenders warned over risk from gambling addicts as credit card ban takes effect
Plans to end mortgage holidays must begin now, MPs warned
Govt talking to HBF on Help to Buy, stamp duty and re-opening housing market
Property market among first to reopen after lockdown – reports
Mortgage broker thrown furlough lifeline after new firm stumps up salary
Lender data reveals severity of expected shock to mortgage market
E.surv signs up 14 mortgage lenders to remote valuation service
UK house prices to drop 13 per cent this year, CEBR predicts
‘Brokers will not hurry to use lenders who let them down in this crisis’ – Marketwatch
TSB increases buy-to-let stress rate as Barclays refreshes deals
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