How much deposit you need to buy a property depends on your circumstances and what it is exactly that you are trying to do. Here we explore how much you might need given your ownContinue reading
Category: Moving House Mortgage Advice
This week I celebrate 20 years since I started out as a Mortgage Broker and here I reflect on the last 2 decades and perhaps what could lie in ahead for the future.
The market in Continue reading
When you start out looking for a mortgage you will soon realise that there are lots of different options available. Below you will see a list of the most popular types of mortgages available onContinue reading
The big property story of July has definitely been the Government’s intervention into new build houses being sold on a leasehold basis rather than freehold so in this article I will try and explain what’sContinue reading
53% of men in the UK with dependent children have no life cover, equating to 3.9m dads, research from Scottish Widows suggests.
Moreover only 16% of dads have critical illness cover. The survey also found 22%Continue reading
One of the common questions we are asked by prospective clients is “How much will this all cost?” so here is a full list of the fees you can expect to pay when you areContinue reading
A Summary Of The 2016 Mortgage Market
It’s been another eventful year in the UK Mortgage market so with Christmas almost upon us I thought I’d take time to give you my reflections on some ofContinue reading
When lenders ask for your bank statements you can expect them to look for a variety of things. However, their one overriding objective is to assess whether you are the sort of person who managesContinue reading
The amount you can borrow for your mortgage is dictated by your income and expenditure and the Lenders’ own affordability calculation models, but a recent article from the Daily Mail suggests housing takes up approximatelyContinue reading
Brexit and Mortgages – My Opinion
The UK has voted to leave the European Union this morning despite the majority of younger Brits voting to remain. What this vote means in the long-term