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The 5 Questions You Have To Ask Your Equity Release Broker And Why They Are Important
The 5 Questions Every Equity Release Broker Should Cover With You. When it comes to equity release, there are a lot of things to think about. This is a complex process, and you must ask the right questions before making a decision. In this article, we will outline the 5 most important questions that you […]
Remortgaging your home: What you need to know and what to look out for
Many homeowners sometimes decide to remortgage their home at some point during their mortgage. This is typically done to get a better deal than the one you are currently in. Remortgaging your home can help you save money in the long run. You may also choose to remortgage to release equity and free up cash. […]
Stamp Duty Holiday sparked a sharp increase in home viewings after lockdown
In the past few months the housing market has seen home viewings rise substantially following the stamp duty holiday announced by the Government back in July, according to data from property group Andrews. Viewings were up 29% compared to the prior months after lockdown restrictions eased, with viewings up 45% as buyers took advantage of […]
Homeowner arrears continue to fall yearly, whilst Buy-to-let arrears rise marginally
According to data released from the trade body, there were 73,580 homeowner mortgages in arrears in the second quarter of 2020, down by 3% on the same quarter last year. However, when compared to last year, there was a small increase in levels among buy-to-let landlords. It was reported by UK Finance that there were […]