In recent months, a variety of factors have combined to create a surge of growth in the housing market. According to the Office for National Statistics (ONS), the average price for a house in the UK is now £251,000, which … Read the rest
A recent study, published in FT Adviser, found that many consumers are sceptical about taking out financial protection. For example, more than a third of people surveyed stated that it was too confusing, while one-fifth believed than insurers were … Read the rest
In recent months, many households have had to tighten their belts. When times are tough, it can be hard to find enough money to save for the future.
If you want to ensure that you have enough for a comfortable … Read the rest
Mortgage deal coming to an end? Why you shouldn’t just take the deal your existing lender offers you
Are you sitting on your lender’s standard variable rate (SVR)? Or is your fixed-, tracker- or discounted variable mortgage rate coming to an end? If so, switching your mortgage can be a great opportunity to save money and find a … Read the rest
When you’re buying your first home it can feel like there are a thousand things to think about, from surveys to solicitors. This can sometimes be overwhelming, so it’s important to make a plan.
If you want to spare yourself … Read the rest
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
Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage
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