Max loan size decreasing from £500,000 to just £150,000.
House prices rose just 0.1 per cent in June, the slowest monthly increase since November 2012.
4,357 buyers purchased a home through scheme in June.
Bank has allocated a further £600m in PPI redress in the first half of 2014.
Network reduced membership by 42 per cent in 2013, resulting in increased productivity per member.
Four out of seven payday loan adverts reported to the ASA in March have now been banned.
IMF report addresses lack of housing supply, which is driving up house prices.
CML predicts lending will rise above £200bn for the first time since 2008 this year.
Approvals rise 8 per cent between May and June.
Buyer sentiment has fallen to its lowest level in three years, while sellers are at their most optimistic.
Lender announces it is creating 200 new jobs as it completes purchase of Northern Rock.
Lender has no plans to bring its LTI cap in line with its high street rivals.
MPC members feel lending volumes will be suppressed longer than expected.
AMI and IMLA produce joint guidance on how lenders should approach panel removals.
Santander is the latest lender to introduce a cap on loan-to-income ratios, following Lloyds, RBS and Nationwide.
Minutes show some members are edging closer to voting for a rate rise.
Australian listed firm Computershare is buying Skipton’s mortgage servicing arm, generating a £26m profit for Skipton.
The lender has placed an income multiple cap of 4.75 times income on all residential applications.
Newly-listed lender is looking to purchase a portfolio of £1.5bn in residential loans from the Government-owned entity.
But lender increases maximum terms for Help to Buy equity loan mortgages from 25 to 35 years.
Over-zealous affordability checks are not evidence of unintended consequences, says FCA.
PRA chief executive Andrew Bailey this week warned about increasing mortgage terms.
House builders “frustrated” by the news that no new applications can be accepted until April.
Trade body warns lenders to expect Bank of England to target buy-to-let next.
But PM falls short of making it a Cabinet position as Brandon Lewis takes hot seat; planning added to housing minister’s brief.
In August, Halifax and BM Solutions will pay full proc fees for retention deals regardless of LTV.
Carney tells MPs LTI move was designed to encourage mortgage lending outside the South East and cool London market.
PRA chief executive Andrew Bailey warns trend could cause borrowers problems if their income falls in retirement.
Exclusing London and South East, prices rose at 6.4% year-on-year.
Consumer Finance Association argues “many people” will be turned down for credit because of new rules.
The consumer price index rose to 1.9 per cent in June, according to the Office for National Statistics.
Halifax and Lloyds Bank pulling out of NewBuy and Mi New Home on 4 September.
National Counties Building Society launches Family Building Society proposition with national adviser firm Chase de Vere providing financial planning services to its customers.
Some brokers say they have had to wait up to two months for lender to pay commission.
BoE interest rate held at record-low for 64th consecutive month, while QE remains at £375bn.
Halifax reports 8.8 per cent increase in house prices, despite sixth consecutive monthly fall in new buyer enquiries.
New analysis predicts London average could top £545,000 by 2020.
MPs Mary Macleod and Margot James to raise issue with No 10 in coming months.
Equity release plan sales increased 5 per cent year-on-year in the first half of 2014.
Former Tory minister wants manifesto pledge to tackle “disproportionate” cost of tax in London and South East.