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Types Of Mortgages That Can Help Buyers In A Tricky Spot

Written by Estate Agent Networking UK on - Finance -

Perhaps due to potential home buyers being concerned about the cost of purchasing a home, the U.K. housing market growth has slowed to the lowest rate in four years, according to The Guardian. Annual housing price growth fell from 3.2% in January to 2.3% by the end of February. This reluctance to purchase a home means […]

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WHAT DO I NEED TO KNOW ABOUT MILLION POUND MORTGAGES?

Written by Enness Private on - Finance -

To secure the best million pound mortgage on a residential or buy to let basis you need to assess the entire market to make sure you are achieving the best possible terms. You also need to be able to weigh up a number of different ways of structuring the loan. If you are looking for […]

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CAN FINANCIAL SERVICES PLUG THE GAP AS THE MARKET SLOWS?

Written by Estate Agent Networking UK on - Finance -

Recent stats from the CML show that last year 360,000 people moved homes, meaning the number has stayed roughly flat for three year.  In some areas, such as greater London, the number of home movers fell to their lowest levels for 25 years, highlighting the acuteness of this issue. While agents across the UK are […]

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Leveraging luxury and classic cars to finance property

Written by Enness Private on - Finance -

We recently wrote on the subject of of leveraging a collection of fine art in order to secure a large mortgage; however, art isn’t the only luxury asset which can be used as security when a client is being considered for a high net worth mortgage. We also work with a lender who will allow […]

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Are 100% Mortgages A Good Idea For First Time Buyers?

Written by Estate Agent Networking UK on - Finance -

When it comes to getting on the property ladder, saving for the deposit is – at risk of mixing metaphors – often the toughest hurdle to overcome. By 2016, the average deposit for a first time buyer was more than £30,000, meaning the upfront cost of a house is higher than the average annual salary […]

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WHY BANKS AND BUILDING SOCIETIES SHOULD BE LENDING TO THE SELF EMPLOYED

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Leading national broker, The Mortgage Broker Ltd, is urging the mortgage industry to catch up with modern living and end the view that a landlord with PAYE income is more secure than a contractor, or sole trader. According to the latest Office of National Statistics, the level of self-employment in the UK increased from 3.8 […]

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Enness Private: How has the mortgage market fared throughout 2016?

Written by Enness Private on - Finance -

This week we took a look back over the year, as featured in an article on Mortgage Solutions; it has been a strong year for both new entrants to the lending market and for existing mortgage brokerage firms. It has been a great year for businesses bringing something new to the market. Of particular note […]

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Basing your investment on rental yields

Written by Mark Burns on - Finance -

The property market continues to grow but why, when it comes to making investment decisions, does it all revolve around the price? This may seem like a strange suggestion given that almost all investments are made from a financial perspective. However, when it comes to rental yields, using them as a gauge can help determine […]

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What Mortgage Options Do People with Bad Credit Have?

Written by Christopher Walkey on - Finance -

Having a bad credit score should not prevent you from securing a mortgage loan and paying for that dream house you have always wanted. Instead of spending the money on rent, you can actually gain so much more by buying a property with the help of a good mortgage loan. There are some options to […]

 

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