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Want to save for a mortgage deposit? Making a few small changes to your current spending habits, could help you be in your new home in no time!
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Mortgages for teachers that are newly qualified, part time or supply can be difficult. But, your chances are just as good as anyone’s and here’s how.
Looking for an alternative to poor student accommodation? A Student mortgage could help you get on to the property ladder and earn whilst you learn.
Raising a mortgage deposit to buy a home can be a struggle. But, your parents, relatives or close friends could help you and here’s how.
Thinking of buying your first home? We have compiled our top tips to help you ensure that you get the home of your dreams.
Thinking about applying for a mortgage? Paisley Gray discusses the minimum documents required for your application and the additional documentation you may need, if you are self-employed or have a history of bad credit.
Need a mortgage, but don't know who will offer you the best deal? Nicky Sheppard discusses the pros and cons of using a bank over a mortgage broker.
Wondering how much you can afford to borrow for a mortgage? Steve Wand discusses how mortgage lenders calculate your affordability.
Wondering how much it costs to buy a house or a flat? Steve Wand discusses the fees you will need to consider, including the cost of moving home, your deposit and solicitors fees.
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