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Top 10 most read mortgage broker stories this week – 23/02/2024

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Top 10 most read mortgage broker stories this week – 23/02/2024
Reports that Chancellor Jeremy Hunt has outlined its plan for a 99 per cent mortgages was the most read this week.

The reports suggested that the 99 per cent mortgage could be introduced in time for the Spring Budget, with the borrower putting down a one per cent deposit and the government backing the rest of the loan.

Reflections on the implications of Consumer Duty on closed books along with HSBC’s and Lloyds Banking Group’s latest financial results also ranked highly on the list.


Chancellor Hunt lays out plan for 99 per cent mortgage – reports


Exclusive: L&G hires Simpson as strategic relationship manager


Lenders may sell closed books with looming Consumer Duty deadline – Oldfield


Santander ups rates as sub-four per cent deals retreat from market

FCA will not judge firms on ‘benefit of hindsight’ with Consumer Duty closed products


HSBC UK reports small dip in mortgage lending as profits nearly double in 2023


Metro Bank widens JBSP criteria


Livemore to offer 100 per cent debt consolidation on loans up to £1m


More2life launches flexi payment equity release deal



Lloyds Banking Group’s profit surges 41 per cent in 2023




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