The chancellor's announcement of further support for jobs and businesses has been the biggest story this week.
The Nottingham’s temporary withdrawal from the mortgage market and brokers disputing more underwriting decisions grabbed reader attention over the past seven days.
An increase in income fraud and Metro Bank’s return to 90 per cent loan to value (LTV) lending were also among the most read stories.
Sunak unveils further support for employees, self-employed and businesses
The Nottingham pulls all mortgages immediately as brokers fear more lenders to follow
Mortgage brokers disputing more underwriter decisions than before pandemic – analysis
Mortgage income fraud on the rise – iVENT 2020
Metro Bank relaunches 90 per cent LTV mortgages
Growing number of first-time buyers entering BTL sector – L&G
NatWest increases high LTV deals by up to 35 basis points
Conveyancers ‘over capacity’ with ‘huge backlogs’ building as property sales fastest in four years
Accord brings back first-time buyer mortgages for two days as TSB reintroduces deals
Santander cuts landlord income sources for BTL affordability