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Rewind to the aftermath of the Brexit result, we saw the Bank of England cut the base rate from 0.50% to 0.25%, something that...

Last week we started to talk about the resurgence in the buy to let market, and the importance of understanding what you are po...

When you take out a buy to let mortgage there are some things you need to bear in mind to avoid the potential nightmares and he...

Faced with low interest rates and underperforming stocks and shares, many people are once again turning to property as a way of...

We know you won’t thank us for reminding you, but Christmas is just around the corner.  In fact, it’s less than 7 weeks away (j...

It’s that time of year again, when all the spooks and ghouls make an appearance, so we thought we would talk about how best to...

Purchasing a property is no doubt going to be the single biggest expense you incur during your life.  Chances are that you won’...

Before you start looking for a house it is worth considering how much money you are going to be able to borrow via a mortgage,...

If you are a first time buyer then there is every chance your quest for the dream home has predominantly been focussed on how m...

If you are considering buying your first house one of the most immediate concerns you are likely to have is saving for a deposi...

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This month we have been talking about the importance of reviewing your mortgage to ensure you are on the best rate.  If you don...

This month we have been talking about the importance of keeping an eye on your mortgage agreement, and making sure you are sign...

Last week we talked about the importance of reviewing your mortgage deal to ensure you are still benefitting from the best rate...

Once a year most of us receive that all-too-familiar renewal quote from our car insurance provider.  In the vast majority of ca...

Some people are fortunate enough to have critical illness or life insurance cover as one of the perks of their jobs.  This mean...

Many people assume they don’t need to worry about life insurance if they don’t have any children.  We get it, it makes sense –...

If the last few weeks post-referendum have taught us anything it’s that nothing is certain.  Many people banked on the vote goi...

For every “large” purchase, you are likely to be offered the option of taking out some form of insurance.  Whether it’s a new 6...

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