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November 2023
As part of their Autumn Statement, the Government announced that the 95% Mortgage Guarantee Scheme has been extended until the end of June 2025. The scheme incentivises lenders to help both first-time buyers and current homeowners to purchase properties up to £600,000 with a 5% deposit. It can be used for mortgages on both new build and existing homes by first-time buyers, home movers and those remortgaging.
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The headlines this year have been dominated by rising mortgage rates, which has made it quite overwhelming for many people managing their monthly mortgage payments, along with the ongoing cost of living crisis. Nevertheless, there's some positive news on the horizon...
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October 2023
In recent years, there has been a growing global awareness of the need to combat climate change and reduce our carbon footprint. As part of this initiative, various sustainable financial products have emerged, one of which is the green mortgage.
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August 2023
You may have seen that a number of lenders have signed up to the Government's recently created Mortgage Charter, which provides further support and flexibility to residential mortgage customers. Find out more in our blog.
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July 2023
We understand that the current challenges we are all facing in light of the ongoing cost of living squeeze and the rise in interest may be causing some concerns and uncertainties, but we want to assure you that we are here to help and support you during these times. Our main goal is to ensure your financial well-being and assist you in navigating through any changes in the market. We understand that the increased cost of living, coupled with rising interest rates, can have a significant impact o...
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May 2023
Are you looking to reduce your expenses and free up equity but believe the only option is to simplify your living space by moving to a smaller property? Recent research suggests that you're not alone in considering downsizing. BUT, strong ties to your community and the security of familiar surroundings may lead you to thinking there are other options.
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April 2023
Chancellor Jeremy Hunt announced his first Budget in the House of Commons on the 15th March, which aimed to encourage those who have left their jobs to return to work and promote business investment. The Budget also includes measures related to fuel, alcohol, pensions, wages, energy bills, childcare, universal credit, and economic growth. Here are the main announcements:
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Retirement can be a time of great excitement, but also of uncertainty. One of the biggest financial challenges facing many people over the age of 55 is how to access the equity they have built up in their homes to fund their retirement. There are two main options available to homeowners in the UK: Retirement Interest Only Mortgages (RIOs) and Equity Release Lifetime Mortgages (ERLMs). Both of these products can be used to release equity from your home, but they work in very different ways.
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March 2023
If you're considering fixing your mortgage term, now may be a good time to do so, with mortgage rates dropping below 4% for the first time since last September. Some of the UK's biggest banks have cut rates to offer market-leading deals for borrowers looking to remortgage, with five and 10-year deals below 4%.
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January 2023
News surrounding our finances and more so what happens with our finances at Government level, can be particularly confusing. We have sourced a list of tax changes coming this year so you can plan for financial changes on the horizon.
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