Robyn Clark

Robyn Clark

Content Writer

Robyn is the content writer for JC so she’s always researching the latest trends within the financial services industry. Originally from Kent, she studied English at the University of Southampton and graduated in 2016. Robyn returned to Kent after university where she started her career within marketing, working as a content marketing executive for 2 different digital agencies.

She moved back to Southampton in 2018 and took up her new role as the content writer for JC. Her agency background was an ideal fit for JC’s growing marketing team. 

Guides written by Robyn

Buying a house for the first time doesn’t need to be complicated. From the definition of a first-time buyer, through the steps to buying a property and the costs you’ll face - everything you need to know is in our guide.
Whether you’re a seasoned pro or this is the first time you’re selling your home, this guide will help you through the process.
Are you looking to buy your first home? Or perhaps want to move to a new area? Our step-by-step guide will tell you everything you need to know about buying a house.
Stamp Duty is a big part of buying a home. In this guide, we’ll explain Stamp Duty and help you understand how it works.
How much Stamp Duty do you pay on second homes? In this guide, we explain the rates, how to work out what you’ll pay and when you’re exempt from paying.
What don’t you know about the tax on rental income? Our guide gives landlords insight on how it’s applied, the rates you’ll pay and your allowances.
Applying for a mortgage couldn’t be simpler with our easy and simple guide from application to accepting your offer.
There are three main Help to Buy options. In this guide we explain the various schemes and look at who they are for and what the eligibility requirements are.
Remortgaging is when you change your lender and get a different deal altogether. In this guide we explain how it works, when it’s useful and the processes involved.
You can now get a buy-to-let mortgage at interest rates to suit almost any circumstances. Our guide takes you through the choices involved in more detail.
Our simple guide takes you through the current and future changes, explaining what you need to know and how the changes will affect you.
You can make a lot of money from becoming a landlord – if you make smart choices. Our guide explains how it all works and contains tips to help you be successful.
You can finance home improvements by seeking a further advance, remortgaging, taking out a second charge and more. Our guide explains what options you have and how they affect your mortgage.
In this guide we’ll outline the options, paths and solutions available to you, from remortgaging, to extending your mortgage and releasing the equity you’ve built up in your home.
In this guide, we’ll take you through everything you should be aware of and prepare yourself for when looking to arrange an expat mortgage or remortgage in the UK.
It's important to understand what protection you must have in place to buy a home and the options open to you to provide you with peace of mind. In this guide we'll look at three types of insurance and why you should consider making a will.
In this guide we look at the key points you should consider when deciding if setting up as a limited company is right for you.
Before you buy a property, you need to decide whether you want a freehold or leasehold. In this guide, we explain what they mean and how they affect your mortgage.
Saving a mortgage deposit for a house is definitely one of the biggest hurdles you face as a buyer. In our guide we explain how deposits work and ways you can save.
You pay Capital Gains Tax on the profit you make from the sale of a property that’s not your main residence. In our guide we answer all your questions about CGT.
There are a few common types of houses in the UK. This guide explains how they’re different, as well as how they can affect your mortgage and insurance needs.
The Right to Buy government scheme helps current council tenants and some previous council tenants buy their home at a discount. Find out if you’re eligible in our guide.
If you buy a property with someone as tenants in common, you each own a separate share. Find out how this works, how it’s different from joint tenants and more in this guide.
It’s vitally important that you understand your mortgage options during or following a divorce or separation from a partner. John Charcol’s guide provides the perfect starting point.
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