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  • Britain's broken housing market

    It’s something you hear all the time in the news – housing shortage, housing crisis, rising rents and home ownership becoming a distant dream - not just for young people, but also a growing number of middle earners too. But how bad is it really, and what can be done to fix Britain’s broken housing market?

  • Mortgages

    Countdown to Brexit – housing and the mortgage market

    No matter how much you try, you simply can’t get away from it – so with a tentative deal on the table and just four months until our scheduled exit, in the first of our ‘Countdown to Brexit’ series we’ll be looking at the possible effects on the housing and mortgage market and how that might impact your finances.

  • Mortgages

    What is a mortgage prisoner?

    If you have an existing mortgage and are experiencing difficulty moving to a new provider you could be a mortgage prisoner. Find out what this means for you and what your options are.

  • Mortgages

    What is a remortgage?

    Getting a mortgage doesn’t necessarily need to be about moving home. In fact, there’s a wide range of reasons why a borrower might want to swap their mortgage deal. It’s time to talk about remortgages.

  • Mortgages

    How to save for a mortgage deposit - advice for first time buyers

    Buying your first home is an exciting time and a huge milestone in anyone’s life. But the idea of building up a deposit may fill many people with dread and even knowing where to begin can be a challenge.

Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.