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BTL mortgage market shows signs of recovery

7th July 2020

Landlords looking for a remortgage deal and investors considering a buy-to-let (BTL) property will be pleased to see that the BTL mortgage market seems to be showing the first signs of recovery

Landlords looking for a remortgage deal and investors considering a buy-to-let (BTL) property will be pleased to see that the BTL mortgage market seems to be showing the first signs of recovery

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Stamp duty could be removed on properties up to £500,000

6th July 2020

It is reported that the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak will announce this week changes to the levels of stamp duty paid on property in England. The announcement is expected to remove stamp duty on properties up to a value of £500,000 for between six months to one year.

It is reported that the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak will announce this week changes to the levels of stamp duty paid on property in England. The an

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An interest-only mortgage could help ease financial pressure during pandemic

6th July 2020

Mortgage borrowers financially struggling due to the Coronavirus pandemic and considering switching to an interest-only mortgage will find that the majority of deals offer an interest-only repayment option

Mortgage borrowers financially struggling due to the Coronavirus pandemic and considering switching to an interest-only mortgage will find that the majority of deals offer an interest-only repayment option

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Overdraft interest rates set to rise – tips for paying off your overdrafts

3rd July 2020

At the start of the Coronavirus pandemic, the majority of banks put on hold their planned overdraft interest rate rises to help consumers struggling financially due to the pandemic, but now many banks are set to go ahead and increase their rates

At the start of the Coronavirus pandemic, the majority of banks put on hold their planned overdraft interest rate rises to help consumers struggling financially due to the pandemic, but now many banks are set to go ahead and increase their rates

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Mortgage tips for over 70s

Our guide to finding a mortgage for the over 70s.

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When is it a good idea to remortgage?

This guide explains when it might be the right time to remortgage.

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12 steps to get debt free

Our guide to helping break free from debt.

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How are my savings taxed?

Every basic rate taxpayer in the UK currently has a Personal Savings Allowance (PSA) of £1,000.

How are my savings taxed?

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