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Thursday, 24 March 2011

Wednesday, 23 March 2011

Bank of England Split on rate rise & Up-date on todays budget

The Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) remained split 6-3 against a rate rise for the second month, with opinion divided on how to tackle soaring inflation without snuffing out growth.
http://www.mortgagesolutions.co.uk/mortgage-solutions/news/2036305/mpc-split-rate-rise

It is getting closer and closer.  WHAT???????  The inevitable raise in the Bank of England.  Have you remortgage into a fixed rate????  Time is running out.  Call is today 01698-283301.

Check us out on TWITTER for up-date NEWS on todays budget.  http://twitter.com/robusapaul#

Tuesday, 22 March 2011

1st Time Buyers Offered Helping Hand Onto Property Ladder

At last, help is at hand for would-be first time buyers (FTBs), struggling to get a foot on the first rung of the property ladder. In the current climate, most FTBs can barely scrape together a 5% deposit, let alone 10%, which is what most lenders require.

But in response to this, Mortgage information Centre Ltd, is using a scheme that brings buyers with a 5% deposit together with motivated sellers who are prepared to gift the buyer the extra 5% required for the deposit in return for a good selling price and a quick sale.

How does it work? Vendors that wish to opt in to the scheme instruct GSPC (Miller Stewart) to sell their home, which will source a buyer with a 5% deposit and a strong credit record.
The seller matches the deposit with 5% of their own equity (no cash required). The buyer then takes out a mortgage, with help from Mortgage Information Centre, independent mortgage broker, Obligo to secure their dream property.

Contact us today if you're thinking of selling or buying a property 01698-283301

Monday, 21 March 2011

Number of home-owning households declines

http://www.myintroducer.com/view.asp?ID=6433

According to the council of mortgage lenders

The total number of home-owning households in England has declined by 300,000, while the number of households renting privately has increased by a million between 2005/6 and 2009/10, according to the newly published headline report of the government’s official 2009/10 English Housing Survey.

Scary Stuff !  If your a First time Buyer now is the time to speak to a  broker about a concession mortgage.  It could mean NO DEPOSIT.

Call us on 01698 283301

Friday, 11 March 2011

Thursday, 10 March 2011

Wednesday, 9 March 2011

British Chambers of Commerce predicted raise in Bank of England Rate

Here is another prediction from a reliable source predicting a raise in the Bank of England base rate.

http://www.mortgagesolutions.co.uk/mortgage-solutions/news/2032084/rates-rise-bcc

It is very important that all customers consider a fixed rate mortgage.  TALK to your MORTGAGE BROKER TODAY!!!!!

If you don't have a broker we would be happy to help.  Call us on 01698-283301.  For the month of March and April we are waiving our broker fee.

Monday, 7 March 2011

Worried about your tenants deposit

http://www.mortgagesolutions.co.uk/mortgage-solutions/news/2031297/scotland-introduces-tenancy-deposit-scheme

Scottish Government has passed new Laws to insure that your deposit for the property you are renting will be safe.
In times of old a letting agent could set up business, collect several secuirty deposits and use the money for whatever they wanted.  If the business failed and all the money was spent the poor renter could be out £100's when he vacated the rented property.

Glad to see that someone in Government is paying attention.

Wednesday, 2 March 2011

New Mortgage discussion board

Looking for friendly advice without a sales man calling you????

Post your question on our forum and a member of our staff will reply within 12 hours or less.

We have many years experience in the mortgage brokerage industry and can answer all your questions relating to mortgages or mortgage related insurance products.

Give us a try.  You will be impressed.

http://mortgageinformation.proboards.com/index.cgi