Homeowners are keen to take advantage of the opportunities low interest rates offer to reduce their mortgage debt. Research shows that many Brits are opting to overpay to reduce the amount they owe.
Wider economic uncertainty is continuing to affect the housing market, with house price growth slowing and some potential buyers and sellers choosing to wait. If you’re a homeowner and not considering moving, you may be wondering what impact the uncertainty … Read the rest
The number of first-time buyers soared last year. More people took that all-important first step on the property ladder in 2018 than any other year in the last decade, figures show. There are many reasons why those waiting to buy … Read the rest
The struggles of first-time buyers are often featured in the news. However, it can sometimes be just as difficult (and even more costly) to take that second or third step up the property ladder.
When you’re looking for your next … Read the rest
When you reach the end of your working life, having to continue meeting mortgage payments probably wasn’t part of your plan. But it’s a reality that many retirees are facing.
Rising property prices and buying first homes later in life, … Read the rest
Taking that all important first step on the property ladder can be a daunting experience. But being prepared can mean it’s less stressful, helping you to make the right decision.
If you’re an aspiring homeowner planning to take the plunge … Read the rest
Are you paying too much interest on your mortgage? If you didn’t take out a new product when the last one came to an end, you could be left thousands of pounds out of pocket, research from Which? suggests.
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Almost half of all landlords in the UK’s Buy-to-Let sector view their property portfolio as a retirement investment, according to a survey from Your Move. But with regulations and market changes, what should you consider when making property a … Read the rest
Aspiring homeowners are finding it more difficult than ever to get on the property ladder. Property prices have risen significantly over time while wages have remained stagnant, leading to many first-time buyers discovering that they’ve been priced out of the … Read the rest
Will you be better or worse off because of today’s Budget? Our summary answers that question, please read on to find out.
The Chancellor brought forward an election pledge to increase both the Personal Allowance and Higher Rate … Read the rest
Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage
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