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Getting a 30 Year Mortgage Aged 40 Plus

Buyers once constrained by a shorter mortgage term as they approached their mid to late 40’s are now able to take on a mortgage. This is based on earned income, with a term that will take them into their mid 70’s. Late starters, career changers and divorcees in their mid to late 40’s were once restricted by maximum mortgage terms of between 15 and 20 years. Now for those wanting a long term ... Read more

Getting In Shape For Your Mortgage Application

As mortgage advisors it's our job to check you are in good shape to proceed with a mortgage application. This includes ensuring  your credit score will satisfy the lender. We advise all of our clients to share their credit report with us during their initial meeting and discuss with us their credit history. We can then immediately see if there are likely to be any issues with your mortgage applic... Read more

Interest Only Mortgage – How Advice Can Help

INTEREST-ONLY MORTGAGE – HOW ADVICE CAN HELP Interest only mortgage holders only pay the interest on the loan each month and don't repay any of the capital. This type of mortgage has often hit the news headlines, as some mortgage borrowers took on this type of cheaper mortgage before the stricter rules on mortgage eligibility came into force, and didn't always have the right plans in pla... Read more

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Moving House and Slipping onto Standard Variable Rate can be financially painful – don’t get caught out.

Moving house and slipping onto standard variable rate during the transition means people  unnecessarily end-up paying too much for their mortgage borrowing. It’s a common scenario where during the house moving process someone’s existing fixed rate mortgage product expires but their current property isn’t sold and the new one isn’t purchased. People end-up paying hundreds of pounds ... Read more

WHAT TO DO WHEN YOUR FIXED-RATE MORTGAGE DEAL COMES TO AN END

What to do when your fixed rate mortgage deal comes to an end. A fixed-rate deal means that the interest rate and your monthly mortgage repayment remains unchanged for an agreed number of years. If the fixed-rate period on your mortgage is about to end, this is when taking professional advice will help you make the right choice for your circumstances. Reviewing your options When a fixed-rat... Read more