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June 2024
Property buyers are forced to compete hard in many markets. So, how can you improve your chances of securing your dream home? Here are five tips to beat out other buyers:
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If you’re 55+ and have been eyeing up your dream home but aren't sure how you'll be able to afford it. Equity Release could help you purchase a new home! From a fresh space to live to a holiday retreat. We delve into how to use Equity Release to buy a new property.
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Private Medical Insurance (PMI) can be expensive. Unfortunately, the NHS is under a great deal of strain, and some procedures and appointments have long wait times. We get honest. Here are some things to consider when taking out Private Medical Insurance.
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For ultimate peace of mind in an emergency, don’t forget Income Protection Insurance when buying a home. Income Protection Insurance serves as a financial safety net. If illness or injury stops you from working, this insurance provides an income. It’s usually a percentage of your pre-tax earnings, depending on how much cover you take out.
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You’ve secured your pre-approval and found your new home. But have you got your insurance in place? There is no legal requirement to take out insurance when you get a mortgage except for Buildings Insurance. But basic insurance is still needed before you move in! At the minimum, your lender will want to see Building Insurance. After all, it’s their investment, too.
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As you might have guessed from the name, a 99% mortgage allows you to take out a mortgage with only a 1% deposit. This could be a fantastic opportunity for those struggling to buy a house. Think renters who already pay what they would in rent. Or those who can cover repayments but can’t save enough of a deposit in time to buy a house.
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May 2024
There is no hiding that weddings are expensive. Using many vendors and venues carries risks. Wedding insurance covers the run-up to the big day or the day itself. However, a change of heart or cold feet won't count. What does wedding insurance typically cover?
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Did you know you can use equity release for gifting? Also known as a lifetime mortgage, you can help your children/grandchildren have the wedding of their dreams. It may also fund your income for the year. So this could help you take time off to help the kids. Or help you plan and enjoy your own wedding.
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The NHS provides comprehensive treatment to anyone. Regardless of their ability to pay. However, with extended wait times and limitations of what's available. Private care can bridge the gap. Health insurance covers planned consultations, treatments, and operations. But you may need to watch out for creeping expenses. We explain how it works, what to watch out for. And how to keep costs as low as possible.
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Four in five young adults consider taking out critical illness cover (CIC) once they understand the product. But the biggest holdback is understanding CIC—or even hearing about it! Critical illness cover can help protect your family should you fall ill or need medical treatment. This cover ensures the bills are paid while putting food on the table if you cannot work.
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