Should you fix your mortgage rate?
Possibly the $64,000 question – there is, unfortunately, no straight answer. The Bank of England recently increased interest rates for the first time in over a decade, and there are more on the horizon. Whilst a fraction of a percentage is a seemingly small increase, the impact on your mortgage monthly payments can be significant […]Read More
Why use a mortgage broker?
Buying your first home, moving home or re-mortgaging will involve a number of costs. You will understandably want to save money wherever possible and many will think that mortgage broker fees are an unnecessary cost that can be removed. After all, what can a mortgage broker do that you can’t? Naturally, we praise the virtues […]Read More
3 mortgage mistakes commonly made by First Time Buyers
Buying a home, and your first home at that is an extremely exciting yet daunting experience. It’s also a huge financial investment and commitment that requires preparation and planning. We regularly see First Time Buyers make the same three mistakes; so in this blog, we detail them for you so that if you are a […]Read More
Creating head space during the mortgage process.
Never has our mental well being been at the forefront of the media, or such a priority at work. A lot of this is as a result of the pandemic and the isolation and fear that people may have felt during the last eighteen months. Whilst moving home is supposed to be one of the […]Read More