Different Types of Mortgages
We look at joint mortgages, their pros and cons, and how they differ from other types of mortgage.
A buy-to-let mortgage isn't that different from a regular mortgage. But there are some important differences.
So where to start with financing something as big as building your very own home? Self-build mortgages are one way to fund this.
Mortgages can be difficult to get your head around. But tracker mortgages seem to be even more complicated, with base rates, interest rate floors and collars. Let’s take a look at what it all means.
Managing Your Mortgage
An early repayment charge, or ERC, is a fee that’s paid to your mortgage lender for paying off some types of mortgages early.
Equity releases can get you a tax-free lump sum, but there are a few things to think about before applying.
Taking your mortgage with you when you move has pros and cons. We take a look at them.
Mortgage overpayments are when you pay more than your normal monthly mortgage payment. This lets that you pay your mortgage off faster and you could pay less interest overall.
If you’ve taken a mortgage holiday or if you’re thinking about taking one, read on.
When looking at mortgages, you’re likely to come across your fair share of jargon and acronyms. Another one to add into the mix is APRC.
Let us take you through what you need to know about a mortgage agreement in principle.
The Bank of England base rate can affect how much interest you pay on your mortgage. Here’s how it works.
What is loan-to-value (LTV) and what does it mean for buying a house?