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
Whether you’re renovating your home because it’s too expensive to move, or you’ve only just bought the place and you’re keen to make your mark, it’s important to stick to jobs that will add value rather than risk reducing its future sale price.
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The value of mortgage advice With so many mortgage lenders offering their products on the high street and online, it can be tempting to cut out the middleman and 'go direct'. But when you're making such an important financial commitment, the guidance you can get from a qualified mortgage adviser
Mortgage-savvy millennials When it comes to their mortgage, are younger people making better financial decisions than their older counterparts? The term 'millennial generation' applies to people born somewhere between 1980 and 2000, a 20-year span which also saw a huge rise in property prices. At the start of 1980, the
Do you know your credit rating? If you're looking to take your first steps onto the housing ladder you may have sacrificed your takeaways and holidays to save the deposit and scoured hundreds of houses online. But have your checked your credit history? Even if you're remortgaging or moving up
Are you considering remortgaging? With continuing low interest rates, you may be considering remortgaging to save money. Even if your mortgage provider has recently reduced its Standard Variable Rate (SVR), moving to a new mortgage deal could save you money. But before you’re tempted by an attractive introductory rate, it’s