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How much can I borrow for a mortgage?

Updated: 23rd January 2019 Before you start looking for that dream home, you need to know how much you're able to borrow in order to fund it. That way, you can search accordingly. Generally, how much you can borrow will depend on four things. Read More...

Should I fix my mortgage for five or 10 years?

Updated: 24th January 2019 Long-term mortgages are becoming increasingly popular, with many borrowers wanting repayment security for longer than the traditional two years. But what does it mean to take out a five or 10-year mortgage, and should you fix your rate for that long? Read More...

What are retirement interest-only mortgages?

Updated: 22nd January 2019 Retirement Interest Only mortgages are an alternative to equity release or downsizing if your mortgage has matured and you are unable to repay the capital. Find out more in this handy guide. Read More...

Mortgage tips for the over 70s

Updated: 18th January 2019 In today's world, where a growing number of people face the prospect of working well into their retirement years, it is hardly surprising that more people aged 70 and over are looking to secure mortgage deals. Find out more in this handy guide. Read More...

How to find lost Premium Bonds

Updated: 18th January 2019 Premium bonds are a savings vehicle provided by National Savings and Investments (NS&I). They don’t earn interest like other savings accounts but are instead entered into a monthly prize draw. Read More...

How to get the best returns from your savings

Updated: 18th January 2019 Getting a decent return from your savings takes more than putting money in the first account you come across. Choose poorly and you won’t come anywhere near to securing the best rate, so how can you make sure you get the best returns possible? Read More...

How to be savings savvy as an expat

Updated: 18th January 2019 If you’ve decided to take the plunge and start a new life abroad, there’s one key thing you need to do – make sure your finances are in order. Read More...

Cash or investment ISA? Know the differences

Updated: 18th January 2019 If you’re looking for a savings account, chances are ISAs have sprung to mind. But, have you considered an investment ISA? Probably not, with research finding that 48% of respondents don’t know the difference between the two. Read More...

What does AER mean?

Updated: 18th January 2019 AER is short for Annual Equivalent Rate.The Annual Equivalent Rate is designed to make savings accounts easier to compare. Read More...

Why you should remortgage now

Updated: 11th January 2019 Motivation to remortgaging has already reached an 11-year high, with borrowers who are wary of potential economic uncertainty in 2019, find out why you should remortgage now. Read More...


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