Mortgage jargon and terminology used to describe the home buying process explained
Having a long-term illness or disability shouldn’t prevent you from getting a mortgage, but it is more difficult to get a mortgage on benefits alone. We'll look at all you need to know
Capital gains tax is a tax on the profit you make when selling or disposing of an asset. The tax is only charged on the profit, i.e. the gains.
Is paying your mortgage off early always a good thing? We explain your options and the pros and cons of repaying your mortgage before the end of the term
We’ve collated the latest UK mortgage statistics and trends for 2023, covering mortgage approvals, transactions, arrears, interest rates, and more.
Past 50 your mortgage options begin to change, but there are still plenty of options. Check out our guide to mortgages for older borrowers to find out more
The mortgage mortgage arrangement fee, is the lender's charge for setting up a mortgage - we look at fee free or low fee mortgages and what to consider
Investing in buy to let property can be profitable, but do you know all of the requirements of being a landlord and how to get started? Our guide will help
No deposit mortgages give you a 100% Loan to Value loan and are aimed at customers who do not have a deposit. We share whether these are still available and how to get one
Could a family assisted mortgage help get you onto the property ladder sooner? We explore how they work, who can get one and which lenders offer them.
Stamp duty is a tax applied to certain property purchases. Find out if it will affect you and how much you may have to pay.
The latest UK remortgage statistics for 2023, covering UK remortgage market figures, UK remortgage interest rate statistics, associated remortgage costs for 2023, and more.