!FREE MORTGAGE ADVICE! We want to help our neighbours, yes that’s YOU! No broker fee* for all clients in the SO post code areas. Only available for residential mortgages where the client resides in SO post code area and the mortgage amount exceeds £100,000. For any borrowing under £100,000 the company reserves the right to charge a fee of £295.
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What do UK homeowners and landlords want from the government?

A recent report from MFS, Bespoke Specialist Lender showed that 69% of the people asked feel the housing crisis is one of the most pressing social issues in the UK at present and only 21% think the Government is doing enough to tackle the issue. Read the full report here. the-property-markets-policy-wish-list
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Boost your credit score

Aspiring homeowners might be able to improve their chances of getting a mortgage with by using Experian Boost to improve their credit score. One lender is already onboard with this and it wont be long until the rest of the market follow suit and work with Experian and connect to their free Boost service. Experian Boost allows people to potentially ‘boost’ […]
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NEW 0% interest Green Additional Borrowing from Nationwide

Nationwide are launching a Green Deal Additional Borrowing (further advance) range on June 1st to offer 0% products for existing mortgage clients. Making the right home improvements could save you money on their energy bills and reduce their carbon footprint. But for many, the initial cost can be a hurdle. That’s where their new 0% interest mortgage products come in. With […]
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Santander latest changes to criteria.

According to the latest bulleting from Santander, if a credit card balance has been paid in full each month for at least the last 6 months before application, this will not be included in their affordability assessment. If there has been a £0 credit card balance during the latest 6-month period, this counts as repaid in full for the purpose of […]
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Mortgage Updates from Lenders

Foundation Home Loans have increased the maximum value of the total portfolio that can he held with them from £3m as a standard to £5m. Buckinghamshire Building Society have revised their minimum income requirements on their Buy to Let range. On loans of 75% LTV or below, they will now accept a minimum income of £25,000. For loans over 75% LTV, […]
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