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We have gone through the key facts and considerations you need to be aware of if you have buy-to-let properties or are considering making an investment into buy-to-lets.
Posted on: 11th Nov 2016 | Read more
Do you wish to get on to the property ladder but struggling to stack it up financially?.. Shared Ownership could be the answer.
Posted on: 11th Nov 2016 | Read more
First-time buyer lending rose 23 per cent year-on-year to £4.3bn in May 2016, according to the Council of Mortgage Lenders.
Posted on: 13th Jul 2016 | Read more
Mortgage rates are continuing to creep downwards, as the City bets on a cut in interest rates next week.
Posted on: 7th Jul 2016 | Read more
Guest blog from property market experts David Jordan Estate Agents Seaford, East Sussex.
Posted on: 30th Jun 2016 | Read more
As of 1 April, 2016 you have to fork out an extra 3% in Stamp Duty if you are buying an additional home. Find out how the new tax loading works with Zoopla’s Q&A.
Posted on: 17th May 2016 | Read more
The easiest way to prove self-employed income to a mortgage lender is to provide SA302 Tax Calculations and Tax Year Overviews. Here’s how to get them…
Posted on: 13th May 2016 | Read more
In the 2015 Summer Budget and Autumn Statement, the Chancellor introduced several changes that will affect anyone buying or owning a buy-to-let property in the UK.
Posted on: 8th Mar 2016 | Read more
Buy-to-let landlords are set to be hit with new costs from April when a controversial extra 3 per cent stamp duty charge is introduced.
Posted on: 7th Mar 2016 | Read more
First time buyers that choose to save through a Help to Buy: ISA will receive a Government bonus to help them make the critical first step onto the housing ladder.
Posted on: 1st Dec 2015 | Read more
We have asked our mortgage team to put together a handy guide to help explain
what to look out for with this specialist type of investment.
Posted on: 29th Oct 2015 | Read more
These are 10 of the most common ‘myths’ associated with equity release. You’ve probably heard several of them yourself…
Posted on: 27th Oct 2015 | Read more
We have asked our mortgage team to put together a handy guide to help explain the processes involved in buying a property for the first time.
Posted on: 16th Oct 2015 | Read more
On 8th July 2015, George Osborne will deliver the first completely Conservative budget since Kenneth Clarke in 1996.
Posted on: 3rd Jul 2015 | Read more
In this blog we will explore the various options of home owners and savers.
Posted on: 26th Jun 2015 | Read more
Currently we have a glut of cheap borrowing too. Interest rates are at historic low, giving many of us low cost mortgages.
Posted on: 19th Jun 2015 | Read more
Often an overlooked insurance, how important is it really?…
Posted on: 12th Jun 2015 | Read more
£15,000 free life insurance for each parent for one year.
Posted on: 11th Jun 2015 | Read more
It is good news for everyone willing to take advantage of the opportunities that deflation offers. This article is a quick examination of some of the ways you can benefit from our deflationary economy.
Posted on: 5th Jun 2015 | Read more
Getting on the property ladder in 2015 is harder for many people in Britain than it has ever been.
Posted on: 29th May 2015 | Read more
Well if you’re thinking of buying a house, here are some questions you might want to consider.
Posted on: 22nd May 2015 | Read more
The first step in obtaining a mortgage is to arrange an agreement in principle with a mortgage lender, but how do you go about getting one?
Posted on: 30th Apr 2015 | Read more