This week, the news that two-thirds of first-time buyers use a second source of income to save up for a house deposit was the most popular amongst brokers.
AmTrust Mortgage & Credit’s business development director Patrick Bamford’s suggestion that a long-term government scheme of up to 20 years could give first-time buyers hope in the high-priced market was also one of the most read.
Keeping on top of product changes proved essential, as stories covering rate adjustments and launches were well received.
Nearly two thirds of first-time buyers use second source of income to raise deposit
A 20-year government plan could give FTBs much-needed hope in a high-priced market – Bamford
Newcastle BS promotes national account manager
Santander extends sub-one per cent offering in mortgage refresh
Skipton BS releases 95 per cent LTVs with below average rates
Just Mortgages builds on Wales coverage with director appointments
Atom Bank targets non-advised sales as report reveals upbeat return to lending
HSBC introduces differential rates by borrower type
High Court sanctions restructuring plan for Amicus Finance
Barclays slashes rates by up to 0.25 per cent and brings out sub-one per cent deals