In recent months, there has been a surge of interest in investing. While it can be a good way to grow your wealth, it’s also important to manage your risk so that you aren’t impacted if the value of your … Read the rest
As you get older and your priorities change, you may consider downsizing your home. Whether your children have moved away and your house feels larger than you need, or you want to cash in on the equity in your property … Read the rest
With the rising costs of housing, it can sometimes be difficult to save up enough for a mortgage deposit. According to figures from the Office for National Statistics, the average UK house price is now £249,000, which means even … Read the rest
The coronavirus pandemic and subsequent lockdowns have grounded planes, limited the number of cars on the road, and halted many non-essential heavy industries. Due to this, there has been a well-documented improvement in air quality.
There has been growing interest … Read the rest
If you’re looking to move to a new house in the near future, you might be tempted to buy a new-build home.
While the pandemic disrupted the building of homes for several months, the market for new-builds is starting to … Read the rest
The internet means it’s never been easier to search the market when looking for a mortgage. Because of this, some people opt for a DIY approach instead of working with a professional.
If you’ve ever tried DIY and it has … Read the rest
The end of the Stamp Duty holiday in April has caused some significant trouble for the housing market. According to a report by Halifax, published in the Telegraph, the looming deadline pushed house prices down by 0.3% between December … Read the rest
In recent months, the Nationwide Building Society has begun to offer cash prize draws as an incentive for people to save with them. This is welcome news to some savers, who have struggled with record-low interest rates for some time.… Read the rest
In 2020, Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s announced a Stamp Duty holiday intended to save buyers a significant amount of tax when moving home, which gave a strong boost to the housing market. Recently, however, some industry experts have called for the … Read the rest
Have you ever stopped to wonder what would happen if you suddenly lost your income? If you’re the main or only earner in your household, losing your income can have an adverse effect on your ability to reach your financial … Read the rest
Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage
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