The lender has returned to 90% loan-to-value (LTV) for resi lending and 80% for buy-to-let (BTL).
Existing shared ownership mortgage holders will be able to choose from specific shared ownership products when their current rates end.
Figures published by HM Treasury have shown that in the last week alone upwards of £7bn has been provided to businesses.
This drop followed an uplift in January, which saw monthly transactions surpass 100,000 for the first time since November 2018.
Leek United has introduced two new fixed-rate mortgage products that have been designed to respond to the changing current market.
Paragon will initially focus on rescheduling visits that were arranged before Government restrictions were put in place and backlog cases.
Equity release lender more2life has reintroduced physical alongside remote valuations as government restrictions start to lift.
The Mortgage Mum aims to encourage women in the UK to become mortgage advisers, working remotely and flexibly around their families.
Yesterday the lender increased loan-to-values (LTVs) to 75%.