17 reasons it is easy to get a mortgage are explained in this blog. Whether you are a first-time buyer
19 Things to look out for when buying a house – There are a great many things to look out for when buying a house, flat or apartment. Missing some of them could cost you serious money, inconvenience or distress.
You Can Buy a House Without Money! – So you want to own your own home, but you don’t have any money. You don’t have a penny in savings. Can you buy your own home without any money of your own – or is that just pie in the sky?
Mortgages seem really complicated things – but they are not really. This blog simplifies the topic of mortgages by looking at some frequently asked questions about them…
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 not just sensible to buy a property with someone else, it is smart and can save you a ton of money, time and effort in many cases. When it comes to property buying, two is often better than one.
Falling asking prices can be a tell-tale sign of an impending drop in house prices and falling asking prices are exactly what the Rightmove House Price Index for November 2018 has revealed.
Something a bit worrying is happening in the housing marketing and we are not hearing a lot of noise about it – however it is potentially a cause for serious concern.
Home ownership is definitely becoming more difficult in many parts of the country as issues of affordability begin to bite and buyers find it harder than ever to raise the precious deposit needed to secure the home loan they need.
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?