Insurance for home movers

Moving home may be something which gets easier with practice, for example, if you’re in the military and have to change homes a lot.  It is, however, probably not something many people would class as a whole bundle of fun and in some cases can be the cause of a lot of...

Going, going, gone to the auction!

If you think property auctions are only for professional property developers or investors think again. They can be a great place to pick up a family home. In 2017, some £3,190 million worth of UK residential property was sold at auction, accounting for 21,024...

Is now the right time to fix your mortgage?

November 2017 saw the Bank of England raise interest rates for the first time in a decade, from 0.25 per cent to 0.5 per cent, causing a number of lenders to increase their mortgage rates. The Bank of England has indicated there could be further rate rises, so if...

Freehold or leasehold: the ins and outs

When buying a property, you can do so either on a leasehold or freehold basis and there are important differences to be aware of before you sign on the dotted line. With a leasehold property you own the property and its land for a fixed period, depending on the...

Need Help To Buy?

2018 began with a surprising pick-up in house price growth, up 0.6% month-on-month with January seeing a ten-month high increase of 3.2 per cent. Even with the wider economy and Brexit developments, the housing market activity is only expected to slow a modest amount....

Making Sure Your Mortgage is Paid Off

We think protection advice is imperative when you have a home or family you want to protect. So, talk to us about a mortgage and we’ll talk to you about life cover. Buying a house could be one of the biggest financial commitments you’ll make: getting a...