A job move from Lloyds Banking Group's Mike Jones to Mortgage Advice Bureau and a series of high loan to value (LTV) mortgages dominated the top news this week.
Also among the most read stories was news of industry optimism towards the stamp duty holiday deadline and an upcoming Parliamentary discussion on its extension.
And there was an estate agent getting tripped up by its claims to sell properties for just £1.
Nationwide warns of ‘peak period ahead’ and returns 90 per cent LTV max term
Petition to extend stamp duty holiday secures Parliament debate
NatWest slashes rates by more than two per cent
Buy-to-let mortgage rates hit highest level of Covid crisis – Moneyfacts
Estate agent’s ‘£1’ ad receives complaint as sellers face £300 bill to use own solicitor
Home repossessions to leap more than ten-fold by 2022
Perenna raises £7m to bring Danish-style mortgages to UK
Two mutuals reintroduce 90 per cent LTV mortgages
Ex-Lloyds intermediary MD Mike Jones joins MAB
Still possible to meet stamp duty deadline, lenders and brokers say
Shekina is a reporter at Mortgage Solutions. She has over two years experience in the B2B publishing market, with previous industries including the pet, funeral, hospitality, retail and jewellery trades.
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