The government has announced this week they are giving access to 35 year mortgages for Help to Buy homeowners, consulting on changes to shared ownership schemes and want to "build homes for locals".
Monthly Archives: August 2019
In the news this week how Bank of Mum and Dad are raiding their pensions, Persimmons comes under pressure to scrap leasehold deals, mortgage approvals are at a high and how stamp duty "chatter" is causing market paralysis.
Our Homeowner Survey 2019, now in its seventh year and polled by YouGov, gives a state of the nation report on the biggest concerns and latest trends affecting UK homeowners and those keen to own. This year's report covers everything from the challenges faced by generation rent, new homes, leasehold problems, obstacles to improving and how our homes can enhance our mental health.
In the news this week, we look at why first time buyer demand has soared, how stamp duty could bring the market to a halt and 10 ways to cut inheritance tax.
Is it time to make a will? You may have recently moved home, or even bought your very first home, so it probably is time to start thinking about it. But what should it say and how do you get started? Let’s take a look.
If you're a first time buyer and thinking of shared ownership, make sure you go in with your eyes open. For example… https://t.co/yUATrwPxTR
28 January 2020
Age is just a number, or so the saying goes, but it does matter if you’re applying for a mortgage. If you’re over 5… https://t.co/H0w7J0fpYI
28 January 2020