If you don’t handle it right, your mortgage can kill you – metaphorically of course. It can leave you in debt, homeless and in tears. Having a mortgage reserve can be a real life saver when it comes to neutralising the dangers of a mortgage.
It is that time of the year again! Resolutions time! You know, those things you promise to do on the first of January but have forgotten about by the twenty first.
There are 101 bad property mistakes you can make as an owner occupier or investor – but here are 20 of the worst mistakes you can make…
BAD TENANT MOMENTS – Let’s be honest, there are a lot of bad landlords out there – but there are also a lot of awful tenants. Here are some of my bad tenant moments I would like to share…
Home insurance is one of those things many of us pay without giving a second look. But it is something we should look at very carefully. Through inertia, many of us are paying over the odds.
To protect the physical state and condition of your property – and ultimately its value – there are number of maintenance checks or steps you must make or take on a regular basis.
There are two main mortgage types – repayment and interest only. Most people buying a home are not doing so with an interest only mortgage – they are using a repayment mortgage instead. Why is that and are they making the right decision by doing so?
There are two main mortgage types – repayment and interest only. Most new borrowers are taking out repayment mortgages. Why
If you own your home, you are likely to face mortgage difficulties at some point. How you handle those difficulties will determine whether you keep or lose your property.
So you own your home and are looking to keep it for years, paying off the mortgage year by year