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Owning Your Own Home Could Make You £350,000 Better Off

MORTGAGES | 11.11.2019

Owning Your Own Home Could Make You £350,000 Better Off


The renting vs owning debate has been going on for years, but recent research has suggested that homeowners making monthly mortgage repayments on the average £230,000 home, will be paying around £133,700 less over the next 30 years. 

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Have 40 Year Mortgages Become The New Norm? Should You Get One?

MORTGAGES | 07.11.2019

Have 40 Year Mortgages Become The New Norm? Should You Get One?


With the average age of a first-time buyer at 32, and mortgages with maximum terms of 40 years becoming the new norm, generations of homeowners could be paying off their mortgages into their 70s and beyond.

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Overpaying Your Mortgage vs Saving – Which Should You Do?

MORTGAGES | 29.10.2019

Overpaying Your Mortgage vs Saving – Which Should You Do?


As savings rates continue to fall, you may be wondering whether you’d be better off paying more into your mortgage instead.

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