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The top 10 most read mortgage broker stories this week – 05/03/2021

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The top 10 most read mortgage broker stories this week – 05/03/2021
The chancellor's Budget news that a government-backed mortgage guarantee scheme for 95 per cent mortgages was set to return, and stamp duty tapering would be around until 1 October dominated this week's headlines.


Elsewhere, changes in high loan to value mortgage rates and the news that the chancellor had decided not to increase Capital Gains Tax, for now at least, grabbed brokers’ interest.


Big banks poised to launch 95 per cent government-backed mortgages


Landlords breathe sigh of relief as Sunak ducks CGT increase for now


Brokers give thumbs up to 95 per cent LTV government-backed mortgages


HSBC tweaks mortgage rates including 90 per cent LTV deals


NatWest and Halifax cut rates; Platform caps maximum LTI – round-up


Santander launches 90 per cent LTV remo deals and cuts rates


Buyers flock to Rightmove after Sunak reveals help for homebuyers


More lenders eyeing 95 per cent LTV govt-backed mortgages


Stamp duty holiday extended until June with tapering end date


Open banking proposals ‘spell the end of big, dumb mortgages’


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