As mortgage lenders cut rates and offer cashback incentives to stand out from the increasingly competitive crowd, the start of a new tax year drove our tax guide into the most read story line-up this week.
Elsewhere, TSB raised its maximum age, more 95 per cent LTV mortgage choice hit the shelves and a thought-provoking feature on mental well-being revealed a quarter of brokers responding to our latest poll were struggling in some way to cope with the stresses of the pandemic.
NatWest cuts rates and increases cashback in product refresh
Skipton BS expands 95 per cent LTV range and cuts rates
Halifax overhauls mortgage criteria for all non-UK national applicants
TSB launches 95 per cent deals
Nationwide cuts rates up to 80 per cent LTV
Thirteen changes to tax and benefits that could impact clients
TSB revises BTL affordability and raises maximum age to 80
MPowered Mortgages’ BTL range added to L&G Mortgage Club panel
Rising homeowner equity gives remortgage market positive outlook – LMS
Evidence-based strategies can make all the difference to brokers’ mental wellbeing – poll result
Samantha Partington is a freelance trade and consumer journalist writing about property and personal finance. Previously she worked worked for the Daily Mail and Property Week. She is the former deputy editor of Mortgage Solutions and editor of Specialist Lending Solutions.
Before becoming a journalist, Samantha worked as a mortgage broker and latterly for a mortgage, bridging and secured loan lender. Samantha is CeMAP qualified. Follow her on Twitter @SamJPartington1.