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A Step by Step Guide to Buying a Home

Planning on moving home? It doesn’t need to be stressful! Here’s a simple breakdown of everything you’ll need to consider along the way… Decide Your BudgetYour first step! It’s important to know how much you can afford before you start looking at houses. There’s nothing more disappointing than falling in love with… Read the full article

6 Mistakes to Avoid When You’re Buying a Home

mistakes to avoid when you're buying a home

There’s a saying that buying a home is one of the most stressful things you can do. While that can be the case, it doesn’t need to be if you avoid these common home buyer mistakes…1) Not Researching the NeighbourhoodIf you’re moving to a new area, make sure you do your homework!… Read the full article

How to Choose the Right Type of Life Insurance for You

type of life insurance

Investing in a life insurance policy is a great way to get peace of mind that your loved ones will be financially provided for when you die. Before you take the plunge however, it’s a good idea to consider your personal circumstances and decide which type of policy is the… Read the full article

5 Signs it’s Time to Get Life Insurance

time to get life insurance

How do you know when it’s time to get life insurance? Isn’t it just another expense – and one that you can’t actually benefit from until you die? These are valid questions and ones that most people probably ask themselves. In this post, we hope to simplify the rather complex and… Read the full article

How to Get a Mortgage if You are in the Armed Forces

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If you’re one of the UK’s 140 000 Armed Forces personnel then you’ll probably know that getting a forces mortgage isn’t always simple. Having no permanent address and being abroad for significant amounts of time can all have a real impact when it comes to being accepted. So what should you… Read the full article

Self-Employed Mortgages: Everything You Need to Know

self-employed mortgage

If you’re self-employed, you could be forgiven for thinking that getting a self-employed mortgage is a bit of a minefield.  Tons of paperwork, terrible rates and most people get declined anyway, right!? WRONG! The fact is, that getting a mortgage when you’re self-employed needn’t be a hassle if you know how…Who is Classed… Read the full article

How Will Brexit Affect Your Mortgage?

How will brexit affect my mortgage

Whether you’re in the remain or leave camp, there’s no doubt that Brexit has created a whole lot of uncertainty in the UK over the last couple of years – and especially in the last few months. It’s hardly surprising that many of us are wondering what the ultimate impact… Read the full article

9 Top Tips for First Time Buyers

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Buying your first home can feel pretty scary. It’s a huge financial commitment and everywhere you turn there’s more legal and financial mumbo-jumbo and jargon than you can shake a stick at! You have to find a mortgage – where do you even begin?? Then you have to actually choose a house… Read the full article

Easy! 3 Steps to Get the Best Mortgage Rate

best mortgage rate

The world of mortgages and finance can feel pretty confusing sometimes – the jargon alone can give you a headache! By the time you’ve worked out the difference between your AIP, your APR, your HLC and your LTV you feel completely lost – and worse still, like you have no… Read the full article

5 Secrets to Improve Your Credit Score

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You probably already know that when you apply for a mortgage (or any type of credit), the lender will do a credit check. The results of that check will help them to decide whether to accept or decline your application. However, did you also know that your credit score can determine what… Read the full article

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Miss Knight

We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your efforts in making it possible for us to purchase our first property.  You have been brilliant and your services have been friendly, helpful, swift and professional.  We cannot thank you enough and it has been an absolute pleasure working with you.  What is known to be a stressful time has been very smooth and I have yourselves to thank for this.


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2016-03-22T17:24:36+01:00

Miss Knight

We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your efforts in making it possible for us to purchase our first property.  You have been brilliant and your services have been friendly, helpful, swift and professional.  We cannot thank you enough and it has been an absolute pleasure working with you.  What is known to be a stressful time has been very smooth and I have yourselves to thank for this.

Mr L

Mr L hadn’t sold his house but had found the house of his dreams, we arranged a mortgage that allowed him to buy his new house without selling and a mortgage that was flexible enough for him to pay a large amount off when he sells his house.

2016-09-13T12:38:09+01:00
Mr L hadn’t sold his house but had found the house of his dreams, we arranged a mortgage that allowed him to buy his new house without selling and a mortgage that was flexible enough for him to pay a large amount off when he sells his house.

Miss G

Miss G sold her house and had found a new house, it all looked straight forward but she had a historical bankruptcy which meant lots of lenders were declining her. We found her a mainstream high street lender that would offer a mortgage even with her previous bankruptcy.

2016-09-13T12:43:22+01:00
Miss G sold her house and had found a new house, it all looked straight forward but she had a historical bankruptcy which meant lots of lenders were declining her. We found her a mainstream high street lender that would offer a mortgage even with her previous bankruptcy.

Mr W

Mr W works abroad but wanted to buy a buy to let property, most lenders will require him to own and live in in a mortgaged property in the UK, however we found a lender that would lend at sensible interest rates for a new buy to let purchase.

2016-09-13T12:48:10+01:00
Mr W works abroad but wanted to buy a buy to let property, most lenders will require him to own and live in in a mortgaged property in the UK, however we found a lender that would lend at sensible interest rates for a new buy to let purchase.

Mr C

Mr C wanted to buy a student house in Lincoln via a limited company to take advantage of the income tax benefits of this. He spoke with other brokers and high street lenders all of which said it wasn’t possible. We found a building society who specialise in this with sensible fees and interest rates.

2016-09-13T12:49:06+01:00
Mr C wanted to buy a student house in Lincoln via a limited company to take advantage of the income tax benefits of this. He spoke with other brokers and high street lenders all of which said it wasn’t possible. We found a building society who specialise in this with sensible fees and interest rates.