NatWest dominated this week with news it would not produce hard footprints for agreements in principle submitted by brokers, and the departure of the bank's head of intermediary mortgages, Graham Felstead.
The parliamentary debate over an amendment to the Financial Services Bill to introduce a standard variable rate cap for mortgage prisoners also sparked readers’ interest.
NatWest removes hard footprint for AIPs filed through brokers
More 2 Life introduces ‘highest LTV’ lifetime mortgage
Government-backed loan could help if SVR cap is voted down – Mortgage Prisoners UK
Mortgage prisoners group hits out after House of Commons defeat
Four in five first-time buyers rejected for mortgage – Aldermore
NatWest’s Felstead to exit this summer as Christodoulides steps up – exclusive
NatWest cuts product rates and TSB pulls high-fee mortgages
A fifth of homeowners refuse to take out protection – Metlife UK
Nationwide launches green cashback mortgage
Contractor and furlough mortgages hot topics as Primis desk sees record call numbers
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