There are technically no limitations to how much you can borrow with a mortgage. Eligibility and limitations are determined by the income, financial status and credit history of the borrower. The stronger your financial position at the time of application, the more likely you are to qualify for a larger mortgage. Your financial position will also influence the rate of interest you’re quoted and all other borrowing costs >>> Continue Reading >>>>

Life Cover
If you’ve been considering taking out life cover, you probably have several important questions and concerns to address. Particularly if the policy you’re interested in attaches a heavy premium, it’s important to know what you’re getting out of the deal. Independent financial advice comes highly recommended for anyone looking to secure their financial future.
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Mortgage Vs Renting
It's estimated that the average deposit payment required for buying a UK home is now between £40,000 and £50,000. What are the pros and cons of renting Vs agreeing on a mortgage product?
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Post Brexit Financial Decisions
Contrary to popular belief, the UK’s formal exit from the EU as of the 31st of January didn't actually change a great deal. In fact, there remains just as much uncertainty today as there was several months (or even years) ago.
We know that the UK is definitely leaving – what we don’t know is how the country’s EU departure will affect us.
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How To Keep Your Money Safe
Increasingly, safe havens for savings and investments are becoming somewhat thin on the ground.
Times were turbulent before the whole COVID saga kicked off....
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