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Keep up to date with the latest news in Hull. We share local mortgage news, insights and where to find expert mortgage advice in Hull.

What's in a name: could your street name affect the value of your home?

We all have our dream areas in our own towns, right? The houses and streets we stroll by and think, ‘wow’.

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When should I first speak to a mortgage adviser?

Buying your first home is an exciting and scary experience. With so many things going through your mind at once, it can be difficult to know what to do first!

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Welcoming further support for mortgage advisers in Hull

Recently we were delighted to welcome Jackie Theaker as Sales and Development Manager for Mortgage Advice Bureau – Regional Network Partners North.

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5 key things people look for in a home

If you have a home to sell, do you know if it ticks all the boxes for prospective buyers? Or are you looking for a home and unsure what features you should be looking out for?

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3 reasons you should consider a remortgage

Remortgaging your home can provide you with some fantastic benefits as a homeowner.

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7 things to do when moving house

Moving house can be one of the most hectic times of your life, from finding the right property to moving all of your belongings.

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What to do if you're using a gifted deposit to buy a house

Scraping together a deposit is one of the biggest obstacles for first time buyers getting on the property ladder.

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Things to do and look for when viewing a property

Buying a property is one of the biggest investments you will ever make, so it’s important to make sure you’re happy with everything before you take the plunge.

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Is it too late to take advantage of the stamp duty holiday?

The stamp duty holiday was announced back in July, and since then it’s been estimated that residential house buyers have saved over £108m on their stamp duty bill. With the holiday deadline fast approaching, potential home movers have until 31st March 2021 to complete a house purchase and benefit from these temporary stamp duty thresholds.

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The benefits of buying a new build home

Wondering if a new build home is for you? Depending what your requirements are for a home it could be a great option for you. Here are some of the benefits of buying a new build home.

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Remortgaging: what, when and why?

Unsure what remortgaging is? This simple guide explains everything you need to know and why you might want to consider remortgaging your home.

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The Glass House: Hull city centre retreat to call home

Hull city centre is fast becoming a desirable place to live in Yorkshire. The property market remains strong, so why not call Hull and The Glass House your home?

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Say hello to expert mortgage advice in Hull. We’re a mortgage broker in Hull who look at your personal circumstances to provide helpful advice that’s tailored to suit you and a full range of lifestyle and income protection cover to protect you from the unexpected.

With access to 1000s of mortgage products from over 90 UK lenders, we can help find the mortgage deal that’s right for you.

Our mortgage advisers in Hull are experienced in all aspects of property-related lending including: first time buying, homemovers, remortgages, buy-to-let, help to buy, affordable housing schemes and many more.

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Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.
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The fee is up to 1%, but a typical fee is 0.3% of the amount borrowed.

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