Nationwide existing borrower rate switch from 1.14%

Nationwide existing borrower rate switch from 1.14%

Get a new mortgage rate with Nationwide Building Society Call us now on 020 8783 9956 rate switches are handled by our team at no cost to you with just a single signature. Current Nationwide Mortgage Rate Switches for Existing Borrowers You can switch your Nationwide Mortgage deal to rates from: 2 yr fixed 1.14% […]

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Accord Mortgages Product Transfers for Existing Borrowers from 1.36%

Accord Mortgages Product Transfers for Existing Borrowers from 1.36%

Accord Mortgages Product Transfer Rates from 1.36% Existing Accord Borrowers only Existing Accord Mortgages Borrower? Looking to get off of, or avoid 5.34% standard variable rate? Make one simple phone call 020 8783 9959 No need to book an appointment No need to prove income No credit scoring Call us now on 020 8783 9959 save money on your mortgage […]

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Nat West Mortgage switch deal

Nat West Mortgage switch deal

Renew your Nat West Mortgage Current Nat West New Mortgage Deals for Existing Customers You can renew your Nat West Mortgage deal to rates from: 2 yr fixed 1.90% 2 year fixed – £995 product fee 2.69% 2 year fixed – no product fee 5 yr fixed 2.44% 5 year fixed – £995 product fee […]

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Platform switch rates from 1.14% – existing customers only

Platform switch rates from 1.14% – existing customers only

Platform Home Loans Mortgage rates from 1.14% fixed Existing Platform borrower? Looking to switch to a competitive new mortgage rate? Make one simple phone call to 020 8979 9684 No need to book an appointment with a Mortgage Adviser No need to provide income (or rental on buy to let cases)* *Assuming no increase in […]

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Stamp Duty Land Tax Relief for First Time Buyers

Stamp Duty Land Tax Relief for First Time Buyers

In today’s budget the Chancellor, Philip Hammond, announced Stamp Duty Land Tax Relief for First Time Buyers to start today 22nd November 2017. The relief is available on all properties up to £500,000 purchase price where all buyers are ‘First Time Buyers’. We have already had a number of queries from our clients about this […]

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Kensington Mortgages Advice

Kensington Mortgages Advice

Use us to assist with Kensington Mortgage applications Kensington Mortgages are on advertising on Talk Sport – have you heard them on the radio recently? As an independent advisers who specialist in applications to Kensington Mortgages we can help you apply to Kensington for specialist self-employed lending. Kensington feature in their product range: Mortgages for […]

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Base Rate Rise – What to do about your mortgage payments?

Base Rate Rise – What to do about your mortgage payments?

The Bank of England Monetary Policy Committee today (2/11/17) decided to raise interest rates by 0.25% to 0.5%. But how will this effect your mortgage payments, and what should you do about it. This is technically a doubling of rates, but in practical terms this moves the BOE rate back to the level it held […]

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How to download your Bank Statements Online

How to download your Bank Statements Online

Why do Mortgage Lenders ask to see Bank Statements? Primarily to: Ensure no payments have been returned Ensure any overdraft limit is not exceed See income being banked as per wage slips See existing rent or mortgage payments going out Spot regular payments that have not been listed on the application The importance of your […]

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Mortgage for Airbnb

Mortgage for Airbnb

Mortgages for Airbnb properties and other short term letting arrangements are now available We have exclusive access to a ‘temporary letter’ Airbnb mortgage for our clients. This new product means that an assured shorthold tenancy is not required to obtain lending on your property. Excellent news for those owners or buyers who will let short […]

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How does the affordability calculation work for a buy to let mortgage today?

How does the affordability calculation work for a buy to let mortgage today?

Golden rule – assume £155,850 of lending per £1,000 pcm of rent. A few years ago it was very easy to explain affordability to the buy to let investor. Lenders would typically lend directly against the rental income by seeing how that rental income compared with the potential mortgage payment. If the rental income exceeded […]

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