Mortgage Market Review (MMR) has finally arrived..
MMR is now officially in place and this means a number of changes for Lenders. […]
Save money in time for the Summer
Remortgage Guide If you’ve been with the same lender for several years, the chances are […]
The importance of using an Independent Mortgage Broker
The importance of using an Independent Mortgage Broker is going to be even more imperative […]
The Mortgage Market Review
The Mortgage Market Review (MMR) was a comprehensive review of the mortgage market, which started […]
Help to buy 2014
The Help to Buy guarantee scheme was due to start in January 2014 but the […]
Help to Buy
Help to Buy is a government-backed initiative set up to help first time buyers and […]
Interest Only Mortgage Update
Over the past 12 months, more and more lenders have pulled out of the interest only mortgage market. The remaining lenders that are still offering these types of mortgage have very strict criteria on what they would accept as a future repayment vehicle.
Is this the beginning of the end for interest only…
All Lenders have been reviewing their stance with regards to interest only mortgages.
Earlier this week it was announced that Santander are increasing their Standard Variable Rate from 4.24% to 4.74%.
When mortgage deals have come to an end, many people have stayed on the lender’s SVR (standard variable rate).