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Overpaying My Mortgage

Is it worth overpaying my mortgage?

Is it worth overpaying my mortgage? Overpaying your mortgage does have great benefits and potential rewards but it does depend on your circumstance. For example, if you have credit card debt with a higher interest rate, it would make financial (and probably psychological) sense to reduce its balance to zero before overpaying your mortgage. It’s also a clever idea to […]

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Add value to home

7 Tips to add value to your home

The simple answer of how to add value to your home is to improve it. Whether that’s extending, modifying or styling. Ensuring your home is presented well and has certain desirable features will ensure that you add value when you come to sell it. Ensuring your home is presented well and has certain desirable features will ensure that you add […]

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Brighton Colour Run

Raising money for a good cause…

Today we are sharing something close to our hearts; Kevin’s mum (our managing director) has a chronic autoimmune condition that affects the liver called PBC (Primary Biliary Cholangitis). PBC causes progressive destruction of the small bile ducts within the liver. Some days Kevin’s mum struggles to get out of bed and undertake normal household duties. The team here would like […]

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Interest Rates

Interest Rates…. Should you be reviewing your mortgage?

Recently, there has been a lot of speculation over interest rates within the media and press. As BREXIT nears, the economic unknowns remain, which brings uncertainty. The uncertainty is the main driver why many economists are predicting rates will remain low however it is forecast by many that rates will rise by 0.25% to 0.50% over the next few years. […]

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Number One Mortgages Vlog

Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) Workers Could Borrow More…

If you work as a subcontractor in the construction industry it is likely you will be part of the ‘CIS’ – Construction Industry Scheme. Although you are technically self-employed, the people you work for will often pay your tax at source. If so we know what seems like a ‘secret’ criteria that benefits Construction Industry Scheme workers. Being self-employed can […]

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Property and Mortgage Market Predictions 2018

Mortgage and Property Market Predictions for 2018

Summary of 2017 and our predictions for 2018 Initially, let’s look back over 2017 with a short round-up of key industry news. Before giving you our predictions for the coming year to help you make decisions about your financial circumstance and objectives. 2017 round-up • Halifax’s House Price Index showed an annual increase of 2.7% during 2017 • Mortgage rates […]

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