Whether you’ve paid a large chunk of your mortgage or the value of your property has increased, you might be considering taking advantage of the equity that has accumulated in your home. Remortgaging to release equity means you gain access to a cash lump sum, which you can use for things such as home improvements or paying off other debts. However, remortgaging a house to release equity isn’t always the best option for your individual needs, which is why we’ve created this guide to help you make the right decision.
Getting a self-employed mortgage isn’t easy at the best of times, let alone when you throw a pandemic and furlough into the mix. Self-employed mortgage requirements from lenders are becoming increasingly difficult to meet, and as a result, more than a third of applicants believe they’ll never be able to purchase a home. Let’s take a look at how we can help boost your chances of getting a mortgage when self employed.
Applying for a mortgage is a huge chapter of home life and it’s understandable that you want to explore all your options before making a decision. But searching the market every night is tedious and getting a mortgage with your bank or building society can mean missing out on the best mortgage rate for your circumstances. That’s where mortgage brokers like TaylorMade come in. Let’s explore why you should use a mortgage broker over a bank.
They say the best things in life are free. And that includes living mortgage free! If you plan ahead and budget accordingly, there’s nothing stopping you from paying off your mortgage early and saving yourself thousands of pounds in potential interest. To help you get started, here’s a quick guide on how to reduce the repayment years and live mortgage free.
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