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Mortgages for the Self-Employed

Mortgages for the Self-Employed

According to the Office of National Statistics the UK is going through a bit of a self-employed “boom”. The number of self-employed individuals rose from 3.8m in 2008 to 4.6m in 2015. This could be

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How Much Can I Borrow for my Mortgage?

How Much Can I Borrow for my Mortgage?

The amount you can borrow for your mortgage is dictated by your income and expenditure and the Lenders’ own affordability calculation models, but a recent article from the Daily Mail suggests housing takes up approximately

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What Is Mortgage Protection Insurance?

What Is Mortgage Protection Insurance?

Mortgage Protection Insurance is a term used to encompass various different types of cover designed to protect borrowers from events which could severely impact upon their ability to maintain mortgage payments. There are different variations

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Mortgage Agreement in Principle

What is a Mortgage Agreement in Principle?

What is a Mortgage Agreement in Principle?
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EXPERIENCED Mortgage Brokers in Lincoln & Surrounding Areas The Value of a Mortgage Agreement in Principle

How having your mortgage agreed at the outset can help you

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Why get Mortgage Advice?

Why get Mortgage Advice?

Why Get Mortgage Advice?
The Value of Mortgage Advice in Lincoln

Most people only arrange a mortgage every few years whereas Mortgage Brokers are working with Lenders on behalf of clients day in day out. As

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