The latest house price index from Rightmove reveals a buoyant spring with a 0.9 per cent increase (£2,841) in house prices, thanks to higher demand for property. The May figure follows positive growth reported by the Halifax in its April house price index which showed that house prices rose 1.1 per cent, recovering from a […]

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What is a Whole of Market Mortgage broker? A Whole of Market mortgage broker is able to offer a much wider range of products, representative of the entire market, as opposed to mortgage advisers that are tied to a specific lender or a limited list of lenders. Should you use a Whole of Market Mortgage […]

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For most people, property is regarded as a long-term investment that provides stability in the milieu of daily life. But when life’s circumstances change, particularly in later life, knowing what’s best in terms of using your property’s equity to support your plans can be a tricky area to navigate. Downsize without selling your home For […]

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Credit Score Rating

It’s never been easier to check and take care of your credit score, but few of us take the time to do so. If you anticipate applying for a mortgage, property finance, personal or commercial loan, then it’s important to think ahead and ensure that your credit history is in rude health and that your […]

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King’s Lynn in North West Norfolk has bucked the national trend and seen the largest percentage increase in new listings for properties coming to market during October 2018. While stock levels have dwindled in more than half of the 100 towns and cities analysed across the UK by online estate agent Housesimple, down by 5.5 […]

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Whether it’s the Brexit effect, the natural cyclical end of record low interest rates two years ago, or the desire to stay put and release some funds for home improvements, a growing number of homeowners have taken the opportunity to remortgage in 2018. And, with an increasingly complex range of property finance products on offer, […]

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Will Brexit put mortgage rates up? After the interest rate rise in August 2018, the Bank of England Monetary Policy Committee has taken the unanimous decision to hold rates at 0.75 per cent at its September meeting. The decision offers some assurance to homeowners with mortgages, with the MPC saying future rate increases are ‘likely […]

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