Many new clients I see have all their savings with a bank or building society. Their savings normally get poor interest rates however because they perceive their savings to be safe they put up with this. Many see investing in better performing means a risk and because they do not fully understand the products available they stick to what they know. This section hopes to inform clients about potentially better vehicles for investing in.

Equity Release Payback on Death: What You Need to Know

By |2023-10-20T11:58:16+00:00October 18, 2023|Equity Release, Financial Advice, Older Borrowers, Personal Protection, Savings and Investments|

Dealing with financial matters during an emotionally difficult time, like the passing of a loved one, can be challenging. One of the crucial [...]

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First Time Buyer Mortgages: A Guide to UK Government Schemes

By |2023-07-11T14:02:54+00:00July 11, 2023|First Time Buyer Mortgages, Mortgages, Savings and Investments, Savings and Investments Knowledge|

Embarking on the journey of homeownership for the first time can seem overwhelming. However, the UK government has put forth several initiatives [...]

5 Times Salary Mortgage: A Comprehensive Guide for Homebuyers

By |2023-06-06T11:42:59+00:00June 6, 2023|Income Types, Mortgages, Savings and Investments, Savings and Investments Knowledge|

Are you looking to purchase a home but are worried that your current annual salary won’t allow you to do so? A 5 times [...]

What are Interest Only Mortgages? A Complete Guide for Understanding and Applying

By |2023-01-29T16:23:43+00:00January 27, 2023|Interest Only Mortgages, Investment BTL Mortgages, Knowledge Mortgages, Savings and Investments, Savings and Investments Knowledge|

There are currently two different ways to pay your mortgage payments – interest only or repayment. As the term implies, you are only paying the interest part of a mortgage loan and you don’t have to repay the amount you’ve borrowed until the end of your mortgage term,

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