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Tuesday, December 8, 2020

Mortgage Propeller is Shortlisted for National StartUp Awards 2020

Mortgage Propeller is the only Northern Ireland Fintech to make the shortlist for the National Start-Up Awards 2020. Find out about The National Startup Awards and How We Got Here!

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Saturday, November 28, 2020

Buying with Your Parents: Is a Joint Borrower Sole Proprietor Mortgage the Right Choice for Me?

What is a Joint Borrower Sole Proprietor Mortgage and is it right for me? If you're considering buying with your parents - but want to get more information, read here and discover what it is that makes JBSP Mortgages a popular choice among First Time Buyers.

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Wednesday, November 18, 2020

Help To Buy Scheme Launches for First Time Buyers - What you need to know

The government has just opened a NEW Help To Buy Scheme for First Time Buyers! Yes, you did read that correctly! The New “Help To Buy: Equity Loan (2021-2023)” scheme opens for applications December 16th 2020. The much anticipated scheme has arrived at a great moment. Now more than ever, ...

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Wednesday, November 11, 2020

10 Documents you need to apply for a Mortgage

Are you a first-time buyer thinking about getting a mortgage but not sure where to begin with the process? Well don’t panic, we have assembled a quick checklist of all the important documents you will need so you can get started on that mortgage application!

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Thursday, October 22, 2020

Top Tips for Getting a Good Mortgage Deal as a First Time Buyer

Being a first time buyer is daunting. Not only do you have to learn all about mortgages, how they work and all the complicated language that they involve, you’re also now wondering: How do I get a good mortgage deal? Here are some of our top tips to helping you ...

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Tuesday, October 6, 2020

What is a Mortgage In Principle (MIP) and how long does it last?

A Mortgage In Principle (MIP) also called an Agreement in Principle (AIP), is a certificate or statement from a lender to say that 'in principle' they would lend you a certain amount for a mortgage. You don't necessarily have to get a Mortgage in Principle unless you're buying in Scotland, but it...

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