Shawbrook Bank has extended its technology partnership with Quinnox.
The Bank of England has injected £150bn into the economy, as part of quantitative easing (QE), ahead of increased restrictions across the country.
Borrowing 95% of a properties value can be a good and a bad thing for first-time buyers, according to Aaron Archer, chief executive of Finndon.
The second national lockdown in the UK is unlikely to cause any new issues for the housing market, according to Martin Reynolds, chief executive of SimplyBiz Mortgages and chairman of AMI.
According to the bank, the cuts will primarily affect staff in its group transformation and retail banking teams.
Vouch, a referencing platform, has added Helpthemove and Tili as utility providers.
Less than a third of UK adults can correctly identify what income insurance is, according to The Association of Mortgage Intermediaries (AMI) latest report, titled ‘The New Protection Challenge’.
Accord Mortgages has extended the availability of two of its 90% LTV product for first-time buyers and home movers until 10 November.
Berkeley Alexander has agreed a two-year partnership with Mortgages for Business.
The number of households in the 55-64 year old age category in the PRS with an assured tenancy has risen by 118% since the turn of the last decade, according to Paragon Bank.