Saving is good – but it is super dumb if you only save to spend…for instance, to buy a big ticket depreciating asset which is worth less than you paid for it the minute it arrives at your doorstep.
For many people, saving is one of the most difficult things to do. But it is one of the easiest skills to master if you go about things in the right way.
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.
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.
Unless you are in the fortunate position of having cash, you are going to need a mortgage to buy a property, and to get a mortgage you will need to have a good enough credit score.
With raising a deposit being the main hurdle to getting onto the property ladder for most first time buyers, money mastery is clearly a key topic.
When it comes to protecting your property, insurance is as important as keeping it in good repair and in tip top condition.
Sadly there isn’t a magic wand to deal with mortgage debt – but the nearest thing to a wand is
Is your terrible credit record stopping you from getting the mortgage you need to buy that property you want to
When people think of buying their first property, they typically think of buying something in their own country. However, there