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Fortunately, the property market has escaped any restrictions following the announcement of the January lockdown.
Posted on: 5th Jan 2021 | Read more
Fortunately, the property market has escaped any restrictions following the announcement of the November lockdown.
Posted on: 2nd Nov 2020 | Read more
We asked Senior Adviser, Damion Silcock his opinion on the governments announcement regarding 95% mortgages and what he thinks about the current market.
Posted on: 14th Oct 2020 | Read more
Stamp Duty Land Tax has been a popular talking point following the chancellor’s announcement of a temporary holiday on stamp duty on the first £500,000 of all property sales in England and Northern Ireland.
We have until March 2021 to take advantage of this holiday with can potentially save homebuyers £1,000’s. The holiday is in an effort to boost the property market and help buyers struggling because of the coronavirus crisis.
Posted on: 17th Jul 2020 | Read more
We asked Dave Stratton, Distribution Director at Legal & General Home Finance, for his thoughts on equity release in the current climate.
Posted on: 18th May 2020 | Read more
We asked Oliver McDonald, Associate Director of Sentry Wealth to put some words together regarding the investment market and how COVID-19 has affected the economy.
Posted on: 7th Apr 2020 | Read more
If you run your own business or know someone who does, we can help to arrange Business Interruption Loans.
Posted on: 31st Mar 2020 | Read more
We believe that by offering this service we have become the first independent mortgage & protection adviser practice in the UK to accept cryptocurrency as payment for fees.
Posted on: 30th Nov 2017 | Read more
Equity release was the fastest-growing section of the market in 2016 in terms of customer numbers, the Equity Release Council says.
Posted on: 17th Mar 2017 | Read more
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
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
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
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
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
The Government has announced they will be launching a Help to Buy ISA to help first-time buyers save for a deposit.
Posted on: 19th Mar 2015 | Read more
Chancellor George Osborne’s final budget of this parliament. Here are the key points from Budget 2015…
Posted on: 18th Mar 2015 | Read more
Mark Carney, the Governor of the Bank of England, has hinted that a rise in interest rates could come sooner than expected…
Posted on: 4th Jun 2014 | Read more