LTV, or loan-to-value, is the percentage you are borrowing of the property value when you get a mortgage. IT affects the interest rates lenders charge
Read our guide to find out everything you need to know about mortgage offers, from how long they lost and how they differ from a mortgage in principle.
Applying for a mortgage can be daunting, but our guide explains everything you need to know, including what documents you need and how a broker can help.
The deposit protection scheme is a vital safeguard for tenants and landlords alike, find out your responsibilities under the scheme as a residential landlord
Gazumping is when a seller accepts a better offer on their property after a sale has already been agreed with another buyer, but before contracts have been exchanged.
If you are moving home you might be able to keep your existing mortgage and move it over to your new property - this is known as porting
The bank vs mortgage broker debate is the first focus for many getting a mortgage. Your bank might seem like an easier option, but is this limiting your options, and if so, how?
Finding out how much you can borrow before you look for a home is a good idea. We look at how lenders decide what size of mortgage they will offer you
Moving home is among the most stressful things to do, but much of that stress can be mitigated by planning in advance. Our advice will help!
Your home's value can fluctuate according to the market, but you can also increase its value by taking a few steps. Our guide explains further.
The mortgage market review is a fundamental change to the UK's mortgage market, but what is the mortgage market review or MMR?