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So you’re looking to move home? The process of moving home is usually for positive reasons, like moving to a new area, buying a larger property or because you’re starting a family or perhaps a new job? It’s often said that the process of moving home can be stressful and traumatic but it needn’t be, at least not from the perspective of your existing mortgage finances.
Putting your home on the market this Autumn? Set yourself apart from the competition with top tips from Zoopla and John Charcol.
Tops tips on arranging finance before a property auction - our experts look at what you need to know.
Find out how you can pay back your mortgage quicker and potentially save thousands of pounds in the process.
There are a lot of costs associated with moving house, from stamp duty, survey costs, estate agents fees etc… No wonder that some people decide moving is too stressful and expensive, and decide instead to extend their current home.
Mortgage advice for expats looking to buy a property in the UK after living abroad for a number of years.
It’s the start of a New Year and the time when homeowners will be considering if now is the time to move, improve or just stay put and love the home they’re in...
How re-structuring your mortgage might help you with another large monthly outgoing - school fees.
One of the first questions people ask us when they are embarking on a house purchase or re-mortgage is how much they can borrow. I always give the same answer: it depends.
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