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The 10 biggest mortgage brokers stories this week – 11/09/2020

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The 10 biggest mortgage brokers stories this week – 11/09/2020
The availability of high loan to value (LTV) mortgages has dominated the news agenda this week.


There is still a lot of change in the market, as lenders continue to dip in and out of 90 per cent LTV.

Elsewhere in the news, mortgage agreements dropped and it was warned that brokers should look to retain cash over the next six months.


TSB offers 90 per cent LTV mortgages for one-day only

Platform pulls 90 per cent LTV deals as Clydesdale increases rates

‘Retaining cash will be crucial to broker survival over the next six months’ – Marketwatch

New mortgage agreements fall to lowest level in decade – Bank of England

Brokers see tough first-time buyer mortgage market ahead unless lenders return – analysis

Shared ownership model revamped in £12.2bn affordable housing investment

Legal & General launches RIO mortgage

More than 1,000 high LTV mortgages pulled from market in six months – Moneyfacts

Home sales set to drop 15 per cent as prices hold firm – Knight Frank

Lloyds rapped for forcing Bounce Back Loan users to open business accounts


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