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The latest news, views and advice on mortgages, finance and the housing markets.

  • Recent Changes to Stamp Duty Could make Life Easier For 1st Time Buyers

    Posted on: Thursday 30th November, 2017 and filed in: Mortgage News

    The changes in the UK budget that could make pathways to home ownership for 1st time buyers better than we’ve seen for a long time.   The younger generation have in recent decades become dismayed that the prospect of being able to get onto the property ladder has become an unachievable dream for them. This […]

  • What would a rate rise mean for you?

    Posted on: Wednesday 1st November, 2017 and filed in: Mortgage News

      By the time you read this month’s newsletter the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee may have already decided to keep the base rate at 0.25%, or apply a historic increase. Whatever the decision, it’s important to understand how a base rate could affect you and your finances. Saving up for a deposit Low […]

  • Is your interest-only mortgage coming to an end?

    Posted on: Wednesday 18th October, 2017 and filed in: Mortgage News

    If you are on an interest-only mortgage that is nearing its end, you may be considering the next step. The good news is, you won’t be alone. Nearly 136,000 interest-only mortgages are due to mature in 2017, with a combined value of almost £16 billion. Fortunately, lenders are innovating their products and making more options […]

  • Getting a Mortgage a bit daunting for you?

    Posted on: Friday 15th September, 2017 and filed in: Mortgage News

    Getting a mortgage is one of the biggest and scariest commitments you’ll ever make in your life. Once you’ve taken the plunge, it’s true you could be liable for an awful lot of money, but the benefits of having a mortgage can far outweigh the risks. It can be tempting to stick to renting, there […]

  • New Rules for Lenders on Buy-To-Let Landlords from the Bank of England

    Posted on: Monday 17th July, 2017 and filed in: Mortgage News

    The Bank of England (BoE) is introducing new mortgage regulations for landlords. They will come into effect from the 30th September 2017. It will mean that when applying for mortgages for new properties, most landlords with four or more mortgaged properties that they rent out, will need to give much more information regarding their existing properties, […]

  • Could you be saving money on your mortgage?

    Posted on: Thursday 15th June, 2017 and filed in: Mortgage News

    If your mortgage is on a standard variable rate then you may be missing out on an opportunity to save money on your mortgage payments. So why not shop around for your mortgage as you would with your other monthly outgoings, it might even be the biggest saving you make. Data from Virgin Money has […]

  • Major lender to pay first-buyers’ stamp duty

    Posted on: Monday 13th March, 2017 and filed in: Mortgages

    First-time buyers spend years struggling to save enough for a house deposit and often the stamp duty tax is a step too far. A new mortgage giving prospective home buyers a helping hand has just been launched by a major lender and as a result, another barrier to owning your first home has been lifted. […]

  • Are you considering the Limited Company option?

    Posted on: Monday 23rd January, 2017 and filed in: Buy to Let

    With rates holding low at 0.25%, investing in property could still be a good idea for many. This is despite the tax changes that are due to begin from April 2017, at which point the tax relief that landlords of residential properties receive for finance costs will start to be restricted to 20%. This change […]

  • What can harm your credit score?

    Posted on: Thursday 15th December, 2016 and filed in: Mortgages

    We want our clients to be as “mortgage ready” as they can be. But did you know that one of the most important things to check before thinking about applying for a mortgage is your credit score? A poor credit rating can greatly affect your ability to get a mortgage, along with other factors such […]

  • Shorter Mortgage Term vs Making Overpayments – The Smart Way to Reduce Costs

    Posted on: Thursday 8th December, 2016 and filed in: Mortgage News

    Most of us would like to keep the term (length) of our mortgage as short as possible – no-one wants to think of paying a debt up until our old age. Financially it makes good sense to keep the mortgage term as short as possible – the sooner the mortgage is paid off the less […]

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