Fixed vs Variable rates

It’s safe to say that there is a fair amount of confusion currently surrounding the mortgage market. Rates have been on the rise as inflation soars, but what does this mean for you? Perhaps you’re looking to secure your first mortgage or looking to renew? Continue reading “Fixed vs Variable rates”

Spring statement: VAT cut for going green

The announcement of the spring statement brought the news that VAT on energy saving materials is set to be scrapped. Chancellor Rishi Sunak said the move was partly due to rising energy costs as homeowners look to use as little energy as possible in order to save on their bills. Continue reading “Spring statement: VAT cut for going green”

Re-mortgaging and home offices: does flexible working mean flexible living?

Over 50% of British homeowners are looking to renovate in 2021. With home offices skyrocketing in popularity due to the pandemic and an increase in flexible working – we take a look at how best to go about setting up your own home working area and how financing such a task through Remortgaging can be beneficial. Continue reading “Re-mortgaging and home offices: does flexible working mean flexible living?”

What is remortgaging?

Over 30% of people aren’t sure what the term ‘remortgaging’ means but it is a great way to save money on your monthly mortgage payments! If you’re one of the many people in the dark about remortgaging then don’t worry, you’re not alone and we’re here to help. Here’s our complete guide to remortgaging. Continue reading “What is remortgaging?”

What to Do Pre-Application

For you or your loved ones getting a mortgage may seem a little bit like climbing Everest. The summit is incredibly far away and it’s going to be a long journey that requires a lot of commitment.

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A beginner’s guide to remortgaging

Remortgaging is the process of switching a mortgage to a different lender without moving homes. For many borrowers, it is also the ideal opportunity to review their personal and financial circumstances and to consider whether their current mortgage and lender is the most suitable for them.

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