Barclays is ending its enhanced proc fees on offset mortgages and stopping fees on further advances.
The lender says that having one transparant and uniform proc fee will be easier and clearer for brokers to understand.
A spokeswoman for Barclays says: “Barclays is making some small changes to the proc fees to ensure our fees are in line with the market.
“We remain committed to the broker market and continue to have a competitive product offering for intermediaries.”
TMW is cutting its proc fees to certain distributors which have had enhanced proc fees in the past.
But a spokesman says its buy-to-let standard proc fee will remain the same at 0.45%.
He says: “TMW has historical arrangements with certain distributors and the enhanced procuration fee for these firms will be coming down in the new year to align it to the rest of the market.”
But the lender says it can not go into specific customer details or the new rate as this is commercially sensitive.
Halifax and BM Solutions are also making changes to its proc fees for national accounts for the first time in three years with some rising and some falling.
A spokeswoman for Lloyds says the market has changed considerably and it now has a more appropriate structure for today’s market.
All application submitted before January 1 will not be affected by the changes.