The Only Thing You Need To Know About Brexit Mortgage Rates

December 12th, 2018|

Brexit Mortgage Rates As the Brexit storm continues on, it’s no surprise that those of us with mortgages are more uncertain than ever as to what we need to do for the best to secure the best Brexit mortgage rates. With Brexit having an impact on the greatest expense many of us have, it’s important [...]

How to get in your new house before Christmas

October 15th, 2018|

Planning to buy a new house before Christmas? Research shows you’ll need to get your mortgage application going in October.  There are 71 days to go until Christmas, which is plenty if you haven’t given a second thought to buying presents, but could prove a problem if you’re planning to move home. Research by Rightmove [...]

What is the difference between mortgage protection and life insurance?

January 24th, 2017|

Not the most exciting of purchases, mortgage protection and life insurance are definitely up there with car tax on the list of necessary evils! Lots of us even out off buying mortgage protection or life insurance  simply because we don’t understand what type of policy we need, and when we need it. When buying a home, [...]

Is a Tracker or Fixed mortgage best for you in the current climate?

November 15th, 2016|

It seems that as a consequence of Brexit, rates will remain low in the UK for some time. In fact, the Bank of England have suggested that rates may have to fall further before the end of the year, which will have a knock-on effect on the pound and increase our cost of living significantly. [...]

November’s 2 & 5 year mortgage deals

November 14th, 2016|

Let To Buy Mortgage: How does it work?

January 5th, 2015|

Most of us are familiar with ‘Buy-to-Let’, but less so with the opposite ‘Let-to-Buy’ practice. Letting out your own home, and raising a new let to buy mortgage against it, frees-up cash you need to be able to purchase a new home for yourself. A let to buy mortgage can be used by those who [...]