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August 2022
Equity release gifting is a great way to release tax-free cash from your home to help friends and family. Recent research conducted by Later Life Lender more2life reveals the true extent to which gifting via Equity Release can benefit fund recipients.
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August 4th saw yet another Bank of England Base Rate hike, this time to 1.75% and evidently these rises are seeing Mortgage Rates rising too. So, does this mean you should remortgage now?
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July 2022
During these time of financial uncertainty many homeowners with interest-only mortgages may ask themselves what would happen if they can’t pay off their mortgage at the end of the term?
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Few financial decisions feel as life-changing, daunting and exciting as making the move to buy your first home – and getting good advice from the off is key to making it a positive experience. It is easy to get overwhelmed with the number of questions you need answers to, but our mortgage adviser Laura Healy shares the answers to some of the most pressing to help you on your way.
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March 2021
Over recent years, Equity Release has become an extremely popular way of boosting and supplementing retirement income. As one of the more misunderstood products out there, Laura Healy, Equity Release Adviser at Fairview Financial Ltd in Cheltenham, will answer some frequently asked questions on this topic.
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With Equity Release, your home can be a valuable source of retirement income. Releasing equity from your home with a lifetime mortgage is a major decision not just for you but for your entire family, and it should not be entered into lightly. We have put together for you a list of the main pros and cons to consider before embarking on this journey.
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To support those who are having difficulties in making their monthly mortgage payments, a mortgage payment holiday of up to 3 months is being offered by lenders to those who have been impacted by the Coronavirus pandemic.
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Just days after the base rate was cut to 0.25%, in the wake of the Coronavuris pandemic, Bank of England took the decision to slash the base rate again to a record low 0.10%. Find out how the base rate can affect your mortgage and what to do if you have a fixed, tracker, discounted or standard variable rate mortgage.
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Choosing a mortgage can be complicated. The mortgage market in UK is extremely competitive but lenders are also a lot more demanding now. There are so many different mortgage options to pick from and numerous factors to consider, which is why most of us turn to a mortgage broker for help. However, how do you find the right advisor for your needs? Here are some of the most important questions you need to ask when approaching a mortgage advisor.
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December 2020
Understanding the world of mortgages can be difficult at the best of times. If you have bad credit, it’s important to remember that contrary to what you might have heard already, you can still apply for a mortgage. Let’s take a look and debunk some of the myths you might have heard.
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A fee may be charged for mortgage advice. The exact amount will depend on your circumstances.

Our standard fee for mortgages is £395 and this is paid when the mortgage is offered. We charge a fee of £295 First-Time Buyers. Other fees may apply depending on the complexity of the work involved or loan amount. The maximum fee we can charge is £795.

Our standard fee for Equity Release is £895 and this is paid on completion.

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BUY TO LET MORTGAGES ARE NOT REGULATED BY THE FINANCIAL CONDUCT AUTHORITY.

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