This week, the Association of Mortgage Intermediaries topped the news bill, as it butted heads with the Financial Conduct Authority, calling into question the regulator's rationale for creating a new fees category for networks.
Elsewhere, readers’ attention was grabbed by the rising number of foreign buyers eyeing UK property, a sale of Nottingham Mortgage Services to Belvoir Group, and Nationwide’s decision to cut mortgage advisor numbers by 150.
FCA’s proposed network fee may cause firms to switch from AR to DA or exit market – AMI
End of eviction ban sparks calls for more tenant support
Mortgage broking arrives on TiKTok as advisers take to video platform to reach customers
Rising numbers of expats and foreign buyers eye UK property market’s opportunities
Nottingham Mortgage Services to be sold to Belvoir and serviced by MAB
First Homes scheme launches with seven lenders signed up
Nationwide to launch 0.99 per cent deal and FTB rates set to fall
Market Mortgage 95 per cent solution poised to launch with mainstream lenders in summer
Nationwide to cut mortgage adviser numbers by a quarter
House prices reach new record with double digit growth in May