If you’ve got a small deposit and want to buy your first home, can you get on the property ladder with these schemes? Read more to find out.
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When it comes to the benefits of remortgaging the most appealing one for the majority of people in the current climate is the potential to save money. So, could you save cash by remortgaging? We’ve put this article together to explain what you need to know.
If you’re thinking about buying a new build home, then it’s worth understanding how new build mortgages work, as the process is slightly different from getting a mortgage on an older house. But don’t worry, it’s not drastically different, and we’re here to run through everything you need to know in this article.
In short, the answer is yes - if you have a property you want to rent out, letting it to students may seem like a great opportunity since student rental yields are higher than any other rental sector.
When we think about mortgage applications, most often than not, they’re followed by headaches and stress. In this article, we’ve put together an overview of the kind of things lenders look for to help you get your mortgage application right the first time!
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