Every homeowner remortgages: Here’s why and how to do it.

If you own your home you owe it to your finances to occasionally check your mortgage to see whether you should remortgage to a better deal....

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Alex Hartley 17th May, 2021
Mortgage borrowers need more help to find better deals

It seems odd but you can't compare mortage deals as thoroughly as you can personal loans or car insurance. But the FCA want to change things to resolve this....

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Alex Hartley 10th July, 2019
Is action about to be taken to release “Mortgage Prisoners”?

After the 2008 financial crisis many people became mortgage prisoners - and they may not realise it yet! New FCA proposals aim to gve them mortgage freedom....

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Amanda Gillam 3rd July, 2019
A Best Practice Step by Step Guide to Conveyancing

If you're new to buying property then the purchase process can seem daunting. But don't worry here are the basic steps of conveyancing your new property....

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Amanda Gillam 13th June, 2019
Does it make sense to have a Mortgage over more than 25 years?

Can you imagine borrowing over 30 to 40 years to buy your home? Does this feel excessively long? Well, more and more people are and this article explains why....

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Alex Hartley 3rd June, 2019
Top tips for cutting the cost of your mortgage

There many, many ways to reduce your monthly payments and/or the total interest that you pay for your mortgage. We explain all the options open to you....

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Amanda Gillam 30th May, 2019
How to Remortgage, and when not to Remortgage

As a house owner should you remortgage or not? And if you should what is the best way to go about remortgaging?...

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Amanda Gillam 18th April, 2019
Act now! The era of the very low mortgage rate is coming to an end

Those in debt have enjoyed the lowest ever interest rates for the last decade. We've become attuned to living and budgeting based on these low rates and in part...

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Alex Hartley 4th May, 2018
The Bank of Mum & Dad – the UK’s 10th largest mortgage company!

The bank of mum and dad lent £5bn to their children last year so they could get on the housing ladder. But this is unlikely to be sustainable....

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Oliver Jones 16th April, 2017
With low rates should I make mortgage overpayments?

Today's low interest rates favours people who have debt rather than savings. So is it automatically the case that you should make mortgage overpayments?...

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Oliver Jones 6th September, 2016


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