Product changes have dominated the news in the week running up to the August bank holiday.
Lenders are changing criteria to furloughed workers ahead of the government scheme ending in October.
And mortgages rates are increasing to manage demand and service levels.
It was also revealed that around half of advisers may never return to an office after the Covid-19 crisis ends.
Metro Bank withdraws all 60, 85 and 90 per cent LTV mortgages
TSB stops accepting furlough income and increases high LTV rates
Virgin returns to 90 per cent LTV for first-timers and raises rates
Mortgage rates and fees rising, Moneyfacts warns
Remortgage values rise as homeowners cash in on base rate cut
Half of mortgage advisers set to shun the office after pandemic
Halifax and Barclays increase rates and fees – round-up
‘The extra stress and longer hours are worth the completed mortgages’ – Marketwatch
UK Finance 2019 lending league: Lloyds, NatWest, Santander and Barclays make biggest gains
NatWest only accepting guaranteed employer income for furloughed borrowers