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May 2024
Do you know the difference between a fixed and a variable mortgage? Have you heard of 'loan to value'? Are you curious about what help is available for first-time buyers? Or are you a supportive parent who wants to help your loved ones with their first purchase? The easiest way to get quick answers to all these questions is to hit the 'Contact Us' button. But in the meantime, here is a quick guide to this exciting process of becoming a homeowner. (Feel free to forward the article...
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April 2024
A mortgage holiday might sound intriguing. But firstly, it's for those experiencing temporary financial difficulty. We investigate some reasons you may need one. Plus, essential factors you need to consider.
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March 2024
Make your home a place for peace as we close in on those chilly winter months. We show you how you can release equity from your property to restore wellness and calm. You are on your way to zen! Plus, some easy low-cost tips you can do today. Explore how a Lifetime Mortgage can bring calmness and wellness to your home this spring.
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Are you coming to the end of a fixed rate mortgage or have your circumstances changed? For example, a new baby or job? We do a deep dive into one of the more complex concepts of mortgages and why your circumstances might affect them. Have you heard of ‘stress tests’ before? Introduced in 2014, stress tests, aka an ‘income test’, are an important part of the mortgage process.
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February 2024
We understand that the current challenges we are all facing in light of the cost of living squeeze and the rise in interest are causing concerns for many homeowners. If your current mortgage deal is looking to end in the next 12 months, you have options you can explore now.
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January 2024
For most of us, our home loan represents one of the most significant financial commitments of our lifetimes, yet too few people review their mortgage regularly. If that’s you, don’t delay any longer – an overhaul of your mortgage could unlock significant savings, enable property improvements as your life changes, or give you an opportunity to move home. If your current mortgage deal is looking to end in the next 12 months, you have options you can explore now.
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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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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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September 2023
When it comes to managing your mortgage, there often comes a point where you need to make a decision that could significantly impact your financial future. Two common options that homeowners consider are mortgage product transfers and remortgages. While both choices offer unique advantages, the importance of seeking advice from a professional mortgage adviser cannot be overstated.
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July 2023
Whether you're dreaming of a modern kitchen, a luxurious bathroom, or expanding your living space, funding your home renovation project can be a challenge. However, there are two options worth considering: applying for a further advance or applying for a remortgage.
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