In the new year, the mutual will pay 0.4 per cent gross on all residential and buy-to-let deals.
ARs and DAs will receive increased proc fees for residential mortgages.
CML estimates gross lending reached £16.9bn in November, the same figure achieved a year earlier.
Taxpayer share expected to fall from 25 to 20 per cent, raising around £3bn.
Direct customers will still be restricted to borrowing on properties with the London and South East regions.
MPC split remained at seven members to two against raising interest rates.
Hoare departs following merger of network’s sales and marketing teams
Payday lender has capped costs at highest rate of interest allowed by the FCA.
Trade body says gross lending will reach £240bn in 2016.
Move brings Virgin’s criteria into line with most other lenders.
Average two- and three-year fixed rates, as well as two-year trackers, have fallen to record lows in the three months to November.
The starter homes initiative will grant planning permission on previously unused brownfield sites to deliver FTB homes at a 20 per cent discount to market value.
Higher proportion of people believe next 12 months will be a better time to buy than sell.
Average asking prices fell £8,703 across England and Wales between November and December.
Banks will see their capital calculations checked by auditors for the first time under new proposals.
The lender has loosened its criteria by considering bonuses when calculating affordability.
Bank says MPC meetings could be cut back from 12 a year to eight.
Value of first-time buyer loans totalled £4.4bn in October, up 22 per cent from a year earlier.
Kirsch has been appointed interim chief executive of the mutual.
Together Mortgage borrowers to receive compensation for incorrectly-worded documents.
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Rate rise would not have major effect on household spending, says Bank.
Presently, lenders will get guidance on good and bad practice in next year’s two MMR thematic reviews.
Average SVRs increased 0.12 per cent between January and October despite no movement in base rate.
Interest rates have been held for the 69th consecutive month.
New stamp duty structure will result in an extra £53,750 levy for buyers of properties valued between £2m and £3m.
Chief Treasury secretary Danny Alexander says the building of new homes on state-owned land could tackle the housing shortage.
Brokers support Conservative MP Mark Garnier’s push for a Treasury review into the impact of new mortgage regulations.
Experts say today’s stamp duty overhaul will lead to further price increases and buyer competition in the capital.
Government has asked trade body to make mortgage fees easier to compare.
Chancellor today abolishes “slab” structure of stamp duty.
Lender previously distributed to brokers through former subsidiary Bristol & West until January 2009.
The Financial Times reports Chancellor Osborne is set to announce a change to the current stamp duty system.
MP Mark Garnier, who says he has sympathy with lenders over transitional arrangements, to push for review of MMR.
Launch takes specialist lender’s total issuance to £600m since December 2013.
Lender has begun lending through three LSL subsidiaries before extending it to wider broker market in 2015.
Phillip Martin, 41, will appear at Milton Keynes Magistrates’ Court on 12 December.
Approvals across purchase, remortgage and loans for other purposes fell for the fourth consecutive month in October.
Wright to become non-executive chairman of the network.
Pensions minister will urge lenders to change controversial affordability criteria.