Mortgage guides

Everything you need to know to speed up your mortgage application.

How does development finance work?

There is a lot of potential in development finance – buying a property at a low price then developing it can increase the value enough to make a significant profit, or allow buyers to renovate the property specifically for their … Continue Reading

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A step by step guide on printing copies of your online Tax Calculation and Tax Year Overview

If you are self-employed and applying for a mortgage, lenders will want to see evidence of your last 2 or 3 years earnings. This means obtaining your HMRC Tax Calculations, (sometimes referred to as a SA302) and Tax Year Overviews … Continue Reading

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A Coreco guide to Help to Buy schemes

It’s never been more difficult to buy a property in the UK, with first-time buyers getting an especially raw deal. Prices are so high that it’s become clear that many first-time buyers will need help to afford a mortgage, and … Continue Reading

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Bridging Finance: Risks and Opportunities

When you ‘bridge finance’ to buy a property, what you’re essentially doing is getting the finance for the purchase a little early in order to make a payment. How this works is that money is borrowed to pay for the … Continue Reading

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Free Legals Versus Paid – Which Legal Package Should I Take?

With more and more people now looking at a remortgage or refinance at the end of their current mortgage product in order to take advantage of the current low-interest rate environment, many lenders have sought to become even more competitive … Continue Reading

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The biggest mortgage application mistakes

When applying for a mortgage, getting your paperwork in order is where much of the legwork comes in. There are several things you need to include in order to ensure a successful and smooth application. These are: Three months of … Continue Reading

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What’s changed in the Buy to Let market?

A Buy to Let mortgage is when a landlord – be them current or prospective – gets a mortgage to buy a property with the intention of letting out that property to tenants. It’s a great way to get some … Continue Reading

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What’s the difference between Joint Tenants and Tenants in Common?

There are many reasons why you might want a joint mortgage. You might be in a relationship and wanting to share the property with your partner, or you might want to split the risk and financial investment with someone else, … Continue Reading

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A Guide to The Mortgage Process for New Build Properties

The UK has long been one of the most desirable locations in the world to purchase property. With easy access to the rest of Europe and its importance as a leading Financial Centre, opportunities to invest in UK property have … Continue Reading

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Advantages and Disadvantages of Let to Buy

A Let to Buy mortgage is a popular choice for people who aren’t ready to sell their home or want to become a landlord. If you aren’t intending to sell your current property, but still want to get a mortgage … Continue Reading

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