Mortgage product changes have dominated the headlines this week, with major lenders adjusting rates and criteria.
There’s also been a warning for landlords to prepare for capital gains tax (CGT) changes, while lenders alerted brokers to the looming stamp duty deadline.
The continuing cladding scandal has also grabbed reader attention this week.
Nationwide cuts fixed mortgage rates
NatWest tightens affordability and stops lending to self-employed borrowers receiving SEISS
Landlords need to be prepared for every possibility with CGT changes – Young
Lenders warn brokers about completing legal work for stamp duty deadline
PM slams mortgage lenders for cladding response but leaves leaseholders with the bill
Law firm fined for breaching conveyancing AML rules
TSB limits self-employed to 75 per cent LTV as Santander tightens income demands
Landlords criticise Sunak’s decision to freeze renters’ benefits
Platform adds more 90 per cent LTV deals and Clydesdale cuts LTI cap – round-up
High rise buildings without cladding will not need EWS1 form after government u-turn