Everything you need to know about mortgages

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Buy to let
Getting Mortgage Ready & Your Credit Score

Your credit score is very important for your mortgage application. There are a number of factors that affect your credit score and therefore your ability to get a mortgage.

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First Time Buyer
New Build House Buying Process: What Are the Steps Involved?

A good understanding of the new build house buying process can help you manage your expectations and provide the insights needed to make the process as efficient as possible.

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First Time Buyer
Fixed rate mortgages reach 14 year high

As recent interest rate rises begin to have an impact, we’ve seen fixed rate mortgages hit their highest level for 14 years.

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First Time Buyer
How to improve your credit score

A good credit score says to a lender that you are trustworthy, you can manage your finances in a responsible way, and that ultimately there is a good chance you will pay back what you owe them as agreed.

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Buying your next home
How to reduce the stress of moving house

Luckily, our team are experienced when it comes to helping people get through the stress of a big move and we’re committed to doing everything in our power to make things a little easier where we can.

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First Time Buyer
How to beat first-time buyer anxiety

Buying a house is an exciting time, filled with hopes for the future, the start of a new chapter, and new memories to be made. But there’s no getting away from the fact it can be a stressful time too, especially if this is the first time you’ve gone through the process. 

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First Time Buyer
Getting you on the property ladder – 30% discount with the First Homes scheme

Are you a first-time buyer or key worker living and working in England? If so, you could be eligible for a 30% discount on house prices via the government’s First Homes scheme.

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First Time Buyer
What’s the best way to save for your first home?

Getting your finances in order to save for a large house deposit, not to mention proving you’ll be able to make mortgage repayments, can feel considerably more overwhelming.