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Top 10 most read mortgage broker stories this week – 15/03/2024

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Top 10 most read mortgage broker stories this week – 15/03/2024
The Mortgage Prisoner Bill passing its first reading in Parliament was the most read this week, and aims to make it easier for mortgage prisoners to move to new products.

Gen H switching to become an intermediary-only lender, Halifax changing its maximum working age and the government introducing 100 per cent council tax for long-term empty homes also proved popular.

 

Mortgage prisoner bill passes first reading in Parliament

 

Halifax to change max working age on ‘certain applications’

 

Gen H to become intermediary-only lender

 

Govt brings in 100 per cent council tax for long-term empty homes

 

Natwest increases existing customer rates

Making sense of the UK base rate and what happens next – Blissett

 

Nationwide and Virgin Money merger ‘will create another Goliath’ – analysis

 

Offset mortgages could ‘make world of difference to landlords’

 

LDN Finance hires Leivesley as mortgage director

 

Later life lending market is ‘unrecognisable’ from 10 years ago, says Viva Retirement co-founder

 

 

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