Consumer journalist Rebecca Gamble brings you the top stories homeowners, home buyers and sellers need to know about from across this week's news outlets....
In this week’s mortgage round-up we look at remortgaging could save you £4,000. We also reveal why 2019 is the year first-time homeowners should get a new mortgage and how low-deposit mortgages are booming.
Half of home-buyers would consider a 40-year mortgage to keep monthly repayments affordable and get onto the property ladder sooner. But there are some big catches...
In this week’s mortgage round-up we’re looking at how April is huge month for remortgages, the rise in last-time buyers and the failure of retirement mortgages.
In our latest mortgage round-up, finance journalist Ruth Jackson looks at a spate of good news including low interest rates, rising completions and how brokers are helping first-time buyers.
We’ve come a long way since women weren’t trusted to own property. But it is still not a level playing field. Here’s how your gender is curtailing your ability to buy a house.
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
If you're thinking of moving home in 2019, here's your update on what to expect from the market, pre and post Brexit, mortgage rates, and other changes that homeowners need to be aware of.
In this fortnight's mortgage round-up, consumer journalist Christine Toner looks at why freelancers fear mortgage rejection, how borrowers are seeking certainty and the increasing appeal of cashback mortgages
The number of first-time buyers is rising, but so too are the average fees. All this and more in this fortnight's mortgage update from our consumer journalist Christine Toner.
Knowing how much to budget for with conveyancing fees is often hard to predict. The size of the bill can vary depen… https://t.co/AaMMJvpUNY
20 November 2019
High street banks are making a stand against unscrupulous developers who are charging freehold new-build homeowners… https://t.co/GKVIhQ4EPb
20 November 2019