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Managing mortgage stress – we’re here for you

Managing mortgage stress – we’re here for you Whether you’re a first-time buyer, a second- stepper or further up the housing ladder, buying a home is always a big move and can feel a bit like a roller coaster ride at the best of times.

Customer Story – Remortgage

“Using a Remortgage Advisor like Alistair really cut down the stress and paperwork involved” Rachelle in Peterborough, Cambs My current fixed rate mortgage was coming to an end, assuming this would be straightforward I called my lender to book a remortgage appointment. There was at

2020 Guide to the UK’s Top Rated Financial Advisers

We are proud to announce that 17 of our Mortgage Advisers have qualified for the VouchedFor 2020 Guide to the UK’s Top Rated Financial Advisers! This is quite an achievement and we are very proud to have qualified for this guide! What is VouchedFor? VouchedFor
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Borrowing options in your later years

Borrowing options in your later years Retirement is an exciting time; the start of a new chapter in life. Whilst we will have worked, saved and prepared for this moment for a long time, many of us will find we don’t quite have enough money
Critical Illness

Mortgage prisoners may be able to remortgage

Mortgage prisoners’ may be able to remortgage You may have heard the term ‘mortgage prisoners’ but not know exactly what it is. Mortgage prisoners are those who are trapped in their current mortgage deal and are unable to remortgage or move. The Financial Conduct Authority
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More hope for first time buyers

More hope for first time buyers with the Help to Buy Extension Since it was launched in 2013, the popular Help to Buy scheme has enabled almost 170,000 households to buy homes; who may not otherwise have been able to. An extension to the successful
Critical Illness

Mortgage prisoners’ may be able to remortgage

You may have heard the term ‘mortgage prisoners’ but not know exactly what it is. Mortgage prisoners are those who are trapped in their current mortgage deal and are unable to remortgage or move. The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has estimated around 150,000 borrowers are