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When you’re applying for a mortgage, you should try to avoid doing anything that could damage your chances of being accepted – especially if you’ve already built a good credit score.   ...
When your home no longer fulfils your needs, do you renovate, or do you move? It’s a question that’s almost as old as time.   Almost a fifth of people in the UK renovated their homes in...
In July 2020, Rishi Sunak announced a stamp duty holiday until 31st March 2021, with thousands upon thousands of people rushing to take advantage of the tax break – which led to a property boom. ...
With a whirlwind of a 2020 behind us, and an uncertain 2021 in front of us, I’ve decided to create a series of blogs which will give you some indication of what’s happening now and what’s to com...
I’m currently in the process of a self-build project, so I know all-too-well the ups and downs that naturally come with building or renovating a property.   There are the extreme highs of...
New homes have many benefits, including the ability to put your own stamp on a property that’s never been lived in.   But construction delays are fairly common, sometimes resulting in a m...
Working with a mortgage broker is one of the most sure-fire ways to save time, money and hassle when it comes to buying a home. A mortgage broker is different to a bank advisor, as they have the ab...
The recent stamp duty (SDLT) announcement is welcome news for the property sector, with the SDLT threshold being raised to £500,000, meaning that 9/10 of all main home buyers will have no SDLT to pay...