Jake Carter

Ryan Fowler is News Editor of Mortgage Introducer, Bridging Introducer and Specialist Finance Introducer

Atom Bank has temporarily withdrawn all its remortgage, purchase and first-time buyer products.

Lloyds Banking Group have acquired Tesco Bank’s UK residential mortgage portfolio.

Paradigm Mortgage Services has added information on lenders’ automatic valuation model (AVM) and LTV restrictions to its coronavirus support page.

London Money is urging its clients to reconsider contacting their mortgage lenders with regard to a repayment holiday.

Fleet Mortgages has paused lending on products over 60% LTV.

FSCS is continuing to review information related to what misleading advice was given by LCF.

CETA Insurance has set up a home insurance referral service to support mortgage brokers affected by coronavirus.

Halifax Intermediaries is reintroducing mortgage products for first-time buyers and remortgages.

This action has also been taken for Kent Reliance and InterBay, brands of OneSavings Bank.

In addition, the company is looking to support lenders as they navigate the various financial support measures recently put in place, it said.