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A divorce is never a convenient event to go through, but getting a divorce while still under a mortgage contract can be even more inconvenient Both parties in a joint mortgage will be equally liable for repaying the debt till it is settled...
Are you considering renovation of your home Prepare for a long and hard work, which will, fortunately, be followed by enjoying time with family in a lovely, neat home There are steps to renovating the house which you should have in mind and...
Founder and chief executive of Castle Trust Sean Oldfield is to step down from his role at the lender after seven years at the helm Subject to regulatory approval, Oldfield will be replaced as chief executive by Martin Bischoff, who was managing...
House prices rose by 02 per cent month-on-month in April, according to the latest Nationwide house price index The year-on-year change is 26 per cent, and the lender says the average house price is now £213,000 Nationwide chief economist...
Accord Mortgages has launched a range of 95 per cent LTV mortgages specifically for first-time buyers The deals are available at two and five-year fixed rates and come with £1,000 cashback on completion and free standard valuation Certain...
First-time buyers are less likely than others to see the need to protect their mortgage payments — so advisers must focus on the facts The difficulties facing first-time buyers are well known That said, brokers have done a great job of helping...
Tiuta a bridging loan lender and UX Mortgages a Buy to let lender can now offer customers a bridging loan to quickly purchase a property and at the same time underwrite the Buy to Let mortgage for the longer term as bridging finance can be a costly...
Natwest will be increasing its fixed rates across its core, semi-exclusive and buy to let ranges On its core range two year fixed rates will be increasing by up to as much as 15 basis points depending on the loan to value (LTV) Five year fixed rates...
The West of England has ben designated a “high housing demand area” by the Ministry for Housing, Communities and Local Government The majority of funding will be being put into Oxfordshire and they have agreed £215m of funding which should...

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