So, you’ve saved up for your deposit (or got the green light from “Bank of Mum and Dad”) and made the decision to move home. What’s the next step? Put simply, and in the bestContinue reading
Category: First Time Buyer Mortgages
Life insurance is designed to pay out, usually in a lump sum, in the event of death. With regards to your mortgage, the sum assured should be enough to pay off your outstanding balance.Continue reading
Mortgage Protection Insurance is a term used to encompass various types of cover designed to protect borrowers from events which could severely impact their ability to maintain mortgage payments.
There are different variations but when connectedContinue reading
More and more people these days pay much closer attention to their credit rating. Consumer awareness of credit scoring is higher now than ever before and I’d say at least half of people who contactContinue reading
How much deposit you need to buy a property depends on your circumstances and what it is exactly that you are trying to do. Here we explore how much you might need given your ownContinue reading
When you start out looking for a mortgage you will soon realise that there are lots of different options available. Below you will see a list of the most popular types of mortgages available onContinue reading
Whether you are a first time buyer actively viewing properties or a home mover with your house on the market, you may have noticed that some of the larger estate agents and builders are veryContinue reading
One of the common questions we are asked by prospective clients is “How much will this all cost?” so here is a full list of the fees you can expect to pay when you areContinue reading
Mortgage Advice in Nottingham by Nottinghammoneyman How to make an offer on a property?
When you are ready to make an offer on a property you want to buy it’s important that you put your circumstances across toContinue reading
Whilst the days of 100% mortgages are behind us for now it can be possible in certain circumstances to buy a property without investing any of your own cash. Buying from a property under aContinue reading