Monthly Archives: February 2019

The rise of retirement interest-only mortgages

Retirement interest-only mortgages have been on offer for a year now. They provide a lifeline to older borrowers and could allow you to stay in your home for longer. We look at how they work, how they compare to equity release and the best rates on offer

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Five questions to ask your estate agent

Five questions to ask your estate agent

Spring is in the air and many of us are starting to think about moving home. If you are preparing to sell, you’ll soon have estate agents giving you their sales pitch for why you should use them. But how do you work out which agent will be best for you?

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How to keep your property transaction on track

property on track, dog on track

More than 800 property transactions collapse every day. A failed house purchase or sale can have huge repercussions both financially and practically. So, how can you keep your property transaction on track?

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Is this the return of 100% mortgages?

The return of 100% mortgages

In our latest mortgage round-up, finance journalist Ruth Jackson looks at the return of 100% mortgages, the latest deals for first-time buyers and falling long-term mortgage rates and the best rates around at the moment.

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Free Tickets to the Smart Home Expo

Home show, Smart Home Expo,

We’re delighted to partner with the Smart Home Expo, UK's ultimate event for the smart technologies revolutionising the way we live, on the 26th & 27th March 2019 at Birmingham’s NEC.

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Leaky homes cost homeowners £200 a year

Leaky homes cost homeowners £200 a year

Badly built new build homes are putting £200 a year on homeowners’ energy bills. Britain has some of the most inefficient homes in Europe with poor insulation making our properties amongst the most expensive to heat.

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