How busy Londoners can save £1000’s on their Mortgage payments
Londoners are the most susceptible to the detrimental effects of this cost of living crisis, research from the City Hall has shown. With inflation creeping up past double digits across the UK, those residing in London are likely to feel the pinch more than the rest of the UK with inflation 1.5%...Read More
Can I remortgage if I'm self-employed?
Remortgaging when you’re self-employed is not hugely different from a regular remortgage process. Most often, those who are self-employed may find both the initial mortgage and remortgage process slightly more time-consuming, as they are likely to be required to provide more documentation regarding...Read More
How does remortgaging work and how can it help you save?
Remortgaging can be simply described as switching your current mortgage deal to a different one. You may choose to do this in order to change the terms of your mortgage based on your personal needs - thing such as the duration of your mortgage, you monthly repayments, and to switch to another fixed...Read More
Bank Statements: 5 things mortgage lenders don’t want to see
There is a multitude of factors that can impact your mortgage application. From your income, which is one of the biggest indicators of how much you can borrow, to your history of borrowing and repaying money or in words your credit score. Things such as your spending habits, savings, and other...Read More
Ways you can save money through remortgaging
Many may think of remortgaging as something that has to be done out of necessity, for example, in the circumstance of financial difficulty, which could not be further from the truth. The process of remortgaging simply involves switching your current mortgage deal to another one. This can be done...Read More
Easiest ways to bump up the value of your property
Before putting your house up for sale on the market, it is worth making some adjustments to your property to increase your chances of getting offers the same as, or even larger than your initial asking price. Increasing the value of your property doesn’t have to be an extensive and overly costly...Read More