The Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities' plans to shake up the property market dominated the news this week, as announcements regarding cladding, second homes and holiday accommodation grabbed readers' interest.
Ian Wilson’s retirement from his post as head of Halifax Intermediaries and Scottish Widows Bank was also among most read as well as Just Mortgages restructuring its team to accommodate its growth.
Home ownership schemes do not offer ‘value for money’ and inflate prices, Lords report says
Gove cracks down on second homeowners claiming holiday let tax relief
Vida ups proc fees and triples product range alongside brand refresh
Metro Bank changes BTL criteria and ups maximum loan size
Halifax Intermediaries and Scottish Widows head Ian Wilson to retire
Equity release advisers can learn from mainstream rebroking habits – Wilson
Gove gives developers March deadline for cladding remediation plans
Government to consult on tourist accommodation registration scheme
Just Mortgages restructures employed division to manage growth
Rogue landlord banned for five years over ‘shocking’ safety concerns
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