16 March 2023So, you’re thinking of taking a leap and buying a property at auction – congratulations! But before you start picturing yourself as the proud owner of a charming fixer-upper, there’s one thing you need to sort out first: getting a mortgage. Now, whilst it is possible to get a mortgage on an auction property, it […]Read Article
3 November 2023The Power of Self-Invested Personal Pensions (SIPPs) As we go through life, we often overlook the importance of securing our financial well-being in retirement. In today’s world, where economic landscapes are ever-changing, ensuring a comfortable and worry-free retirement is becoming increasingly crucial. Enter the superhero of retirement planning – Self-Invested Personal Pensions, or SIPPs. SIPPs […]Read Article
31 July 2023Welcome to the world of HMOs! If you’re scratching your head wondering what these three letters mean, don’t worry! We’re here to untangle the mysteries of HMOs and guide you through this realm of property investment. Whether you’re a complete novice or already familiar with the term but unsure where to begin, this blog is […]Read Article
28 June 2023Are you looking to buy a new house, but don’t have the funds yet? Or need a loan for property development but don’t know where to start? Fear not! A bridging loan might be the perfect solution for you. In this blog, we’ll explore the ins and outs of using bridging loans for residential property […]Read Article
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† saving based on annualised interest rate saving where deal optimiser service negotiated a lower rate than lender’s published rate, based on current average saving of 0.9% and average loan £1051785. Time saving based on automated versus manual bespoke rate requests.
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