Mortgage rates look set to increase, with many in the industry claiming it is better to take out a mortgage sooner rather than later.
Since the UK voted to leave the EU on the 23rd June, there has been lots of speculation about what will happen to the country’s economy. We take a look at how different markets have been affected.
Along with uncertainty in the housing market, landlords are getting nervous as rents fall ahead of Britain’s departure from the EU.
Despite the government’s Help to Buy initiative, many first-time buyers are being priced out of purchasing a home.
House prices have fallen by the largest amount in 4 years in the run up to the EU referendum.
Buying property is one of the best ways of investing money, but just how profitable will your investment be in 2030?
With the EU referendum around the corner, the Bank of England has warned that Britain leaving the EU (Brexit) could force the nation into recession.
With increasing house prices and a need to cut down on monthly outgoings, more and more home buyers are looking to longer term mortgages as a solution. But just how easy is it to take out a 40 year mortgage?