Tag: remortgage

Financial Planning and Divorce

Posted on November 1, 2013 No Comments

No-one who is going through a divorce finds the process easy: it’s long, messy and almost always painful. Even if there are no children involved, divorce is a procedure that takes its toll on both sides: the acrimony, the paperwork – and the inevitable meetings with your solicitor. It’s understandable that many people involved in […]

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A simple guide to the leasehold property market

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For the newcomer to the leasehold property market, here are some of the key terms and their meanings, as listed by the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors, that will help you find your way around property descriptions and leasing documents. We’re starting with the simpler stuff and building up to the more complicated elements of […]

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RICS UK Residential Market Survey Findings

Posted on June 5, 2013 No Comments

Demand for property rose to its highest level in over three years during April, according to the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) April 2013 Residential Market Survey. This rise is largely attributed by the RICS to the government’s Help to Buy scheme beginning to make an impact on the UK’s housing market. Last month, […]

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“It’s time to sort out the mortgage…”

Posted on February 8, 2012 No Comments

At this time of year many people are still looking at ways to save money having endured some heavy spending over the past couple of months. It therefore makes good sense to review what is usually people’s biggest monthly expense. Reviewing your mortgage on a regular basis does often have worthwhile benefits – but if […]

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