The importance of arranging a Will…. Everytime I see a client (new or existing) I ask the question about whether they have a will. For a large proportion of these people the answer comes back as ‘no, do I need one?’ ‘no, we’ve been meaning to sort that out for a while..’ ‘yes that’s […]
Why landlords turn to Facebook to check potential tenants In some recent research carried out by Foundation Home Loans, with 1000 buy to let landlords, over one in ten landlords check Facebook and other social media accounts to screen tenants before letting them live in their property. With the growing use of Facebook, LinkedIn, […]
What is Equity Release? Put simply, equity release enables those aged between 55 and 95 to access some of the cash locked in the value of their homes. The loan plus interest is repaid following the death of the client or their admission into long-term care; or, if it is a joint plan, the […]
On 2 August 2018, the Bank of England raised the interest rate for only the second time in a decade. The rate has risen by a quarter of a percent, from 0.5% to 0.75% – the highest level since March 2009.
this post contains details of Aviva and Legal & Generals claims statistics fro 2017 and gives reasons why you should take professional advice when considering what protection to arrange for you, your mortgage and your family
The value of a mortgage broker – why should you use a mortgage broker
PPI deadline 29th August 2019
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From the 30th September 2017, the underwriting criteria for new and existing but to let mortgages is changing where the borrower is defined as a Portfolio landlord.
So this is a quick overview of the different types of survey available and what the importance of selecting the correct survey report is… Too many people rely on the lender’s mortgage valuation to tell them if a property is suitable to buy and think that this will highlight to them if there are any […]