Jan 16 – Double Trouble

BY IN Article On 25th January 2016

This government has finally turned decisively against the private landlord in favour of the first time buyer. Whilst the various purchase assistance schemes which speckled the last government culminating in two flavours of Help to Buy provided welcome support to [...]

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Jan 16 – A year of growing pains

BY IN Article On 25th January 2016

It was only a year ago that I returned to work after my Christmas break wondering what was on the horizon for AMI. The MMR had landed well although with some bumps. MCD looked not too troublesome and the market [...]

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Jan 16 – The Price of Advice

BY IN Article On 25th January 2016

A recent case where the FOS has found against a broker has gathered some headlines together with significant sympathy and support from the adviser community. AMI is having discussions with the Ombudsman Service on how it is interpreting the Emptage [...]

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Buy to let: permissions

BY IN FCA, Members Only, Newsflash On 18th January 2016

From 21 March 2016 broking buy-to-let mortgages will no longer be a regulated activity. Intermediaries will therefore no longer need to hold a consumer credit permission to advise on unregulated buy-to-let mortgages. There will however still be instances where a [...]

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