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Welcome to Our Informative & Jargon Busting Blog Series, Created Specially to Demystify Mortgages for UK Residents

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mortgage broker

News

22 May 2024

Five essential tips for selecting a mortgage broker

Purchasing a property is typically one of life’s most significant financial decisions. And when it comes to securing a mortgage, choosing the right mortgage broker is essential

Stephen Baldwin

mortgage repayments

News

15 May 2024

Demystifying mortgage repayments: a comprehensive guide to calculating your mortgage

In the realms of homeownership and property investment, understanding the intricacies of mortgage repayments is paramount

Stephen Baldwin

loan to value ratio

News

8 May 2024

Determining your mortgage Loan-To-Value Ratio

Buying a home is a significant financial decision, and for most people, it involves taking out a mortgage. But how much can you actually borrow for a mortgage?

Stephen Baldwin

jargon busting

News

1 May 2024

Demystifying Mortgage Terminology: A Jargonbuster Guide

Buying a home is one of life’s exciting and most important landmarks, it can also be overwhelming, especially when it comes to the jargon and acronyms used

Stephen Baldwin

bridging finance

News

24 Apr 2024

Bridging finance: what options are available?

Bridging finance is a type of short-term loan that is used to bridge the gap between the purchase of a new property and the sale of an existing one

Stephen Baldwin

mortgage in principle

News

17 Apr 2024

What does “mortgage in principle” mean?

If you’re in the process of buying a house, you may have come across the term “mortgage in principle”. But what exactly does it mean

Stephen Baldwin

mortgages explained

News

10 Apr 2024

Mortgages explained

Buying a home is a significant milestone for many people, and for most, it is only possible with the help of a mortgage.

Stephen Baldwin

buy to let mortgage

News

3 Apr 2024

Getting the right buy-to-let mortgage

Investing in a buy-to-let property can be a lucrative venture, but it's important to make sure you have the right mortgage in place.

Stephen Baldwin