Has your mortgage deal come to an end? Has the value of your home increased? Do you want to make home improvements?
It's important to make sure your home is protected. If it isn’t and the unexpected happens you might not be able to keep up with your mortgage repayments. Here’s the protection you need as a homeowner.
Is your mortgage deal coming to an end? You may be considering whether remortgaging is right for you or not and how much you could save. Here’s when it might be appropriate for you to choose not to remortgage.
Has your mortgage payment gone up? Do you have time to switch to a new rate? Find how we can make remortgaging as a Contractor easy.
Are you looking to make home improvements? This can be done by remortgaging with additional borrowing. Find out more here.
Did you know that you could lower your limited company’s corporation tax bill while financially protecting your family if anything were to happen to you? Let us introduce you to Relevant Life Insurance.
If you’re a Contractor struggling to scrape together a deposit to purchase your first home, a Help-to-Buy scheme could help you secure your dream property. Read on for a Contractor’s guide to Help-to-Buy mortgages.
With Brexit updates occurring every hour, it’s hard to keep track of it all. Here’s a quick round-up of everything we’ve gleaned, including what it could mean for Contractors if there’s a no-deal Brexit.
What would happen if you fall ill, were unable to work and could no longer afford to pay your bills? Rather than dipping into your savings, it may be a good idea to have an Income Protection policy in place.
Have your monthly mortgage payments gone up? This may be due to your mortgage product coming to an end. See how you could save money by switching to another mortgage following a review of your mortgage
A buy-to-let mortgage allows you to borrow money to purchase a property that you wish to rent out. Here’s a Contractor’s guide to buy-to-let mortgages.
A common question we hear from our clients is ‘how do you get paid?’ Because of that, we’ve broken down our fee charges to help you get a better understanding.