It is a question countless people are often asking…What is the quickest way onto the property ladder? What is the fastest route to becoming a homeowner? It can take years to buy your own place, but that is not always the case.
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?
So you are where you are in your property journey and want to go further, higher, faster… but you’re stuck and just can’t go forward. You feel like you are treading water and going backwards, at the same time! This blog will tell you why you are stuck and how you can get going again…fast.
Raising a deposit is not excessively difficult You just need to use as many methods as possible Have you tried to raise a deposit to get on the property ladder and given up? Are you trying to raise a deposit now and finding it a real mountain? Raising […]
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.
For years now the UK government has been helping first time buyers to become home owners, splashing out billions of pounds in the process.
If you are looking to improve your property, making it a better place to live and adding value, remortgaging is an option available to you if you have sufficient equity in your property.
Is your terrible credit record stopping you from getting the mortgage you need to buy that property you want to buy? The good news is that you are not shut out of getting a mortgage forever. To get back into the good books of lenders is not as […]
Listening to the chattering classes with an agenda, it’s easy to think getting onto the property ladder is impossible save for those on huge salaries or with seriously rich parents. But there are 10 straightforward, everyday ways for first time buyers to join the ranks of homeowners. None […]
So I know your story. You’re one of those “millennials”, those twenty/thirty somethings – somewhere in this great world of ours – fed up with rentals, parents or roomies and looking to buy your first home. It is part of the timeless quest for freedom, independence and control. […]