Please read http://www.mortgagesolutions.co.uk/your-community/2018/06/27/help-buy-remortgages-none-big-players-innovative-enough-marketwatch/?utm_source=customsell&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=msol-market-watch-1530107885 Although the industry professional interview broadly like Help to Buy I can say that trying to re-mortgage people away from this is nothing short of a nightmare. Even if the client has the equity to re-mortgage and clear the Help to Buy debit, the legal process is very slow as the Help to
A must read !!! http://www.mortgagesolutions.co.uk/news/2018/06/26/brokers-vent-frustration-lenders-change-minds-deals/?utm_source=customsell&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=msol-editorial-2606-first-send-1530007829 The article states that there is a break down between the Business Development Managers and the underwriters that results in a case being turn down and the broker looking foolish.
Please read this article http://www.mortgagesolutions.co.uk/news/2018/06/25/mortgage-lenders-quietly-relaxing-criteria-brokers-say/?utm_source=customsell&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=msol-editorial-2506-first-send-1529920650 Excellent! Lenders are loosing up there criteria but, it does not mean that they are lending like they did before the credit crunch. They are allowing you to borrow a little more based on your income and some are small building societies are falling in line with other financial
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I have just finished reading a article showing FTB's the ability to build a credit score without using credit cards that could help them buy a home. CHECK IT OUT https://www.telegraph.co.uk/personal-banking/mortgages/millennials-build-credit-rating-without-getting-credit-card/ It is good to see that you can elect to pay your rent through an app resulting in a positive credit score through Equifax.
Three market industry leader have there option of a 100% mortgage making a return. Read here if interested http://www.mortgagesolutions.co.uk/your-community/2018/03/21/100-ltv-mortgages-make-comeback-marketwatch/?utm_source=customsell&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=msol-editorial-newsletter-market-watch-house-advert-bsla-21-march-1521644293 Here is my 2 cents worth. Yes they should but, under the following criteria. 1) Minimum interest rate should be 5% and this would be fixed for 5 years 2) Bring back
I read an article threating, again, that banks must behave on how much money they are willing to lend to customers. read here https://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2018/03/16/bank-england-warns-mortgage-risk-interest-rates-rise/ I am getting tired of this. It is so simple. Customers will have to take there own responsibility or face losing there home and or bankruptcy. We do not need the Bank of England or the governments help or there influence with these matters.
I have completed reading an article stating that Buy-to-let lenders are not ready for new energy efficiency laws that may put the brakes on new business. The regulations – which come into force on April 1 – make it illegal for landlords to start new tenancies without the property having an Energy Performance Certificate rating of ‘E’, or higher. Read here https://www.mortgagestrategy.co.uk/new-energy-laws-trip-buy-let-lenders/ Landlords who own older properties may have problems when ew tenancy need to be
I completed an article saying that First Time Buyers have less of a chance of home ownership than their counter parts from 20-30 years ago. See article here https://www.mortgagestrategy.co.uk/ifs-damns-young-adults-homeownership-chances/ It is the first article that I have read stating the truth as to the reason why. Most article that I have read are showing the divide between the static income vs increase price argument but, this one stated the real problem. The real problem is regulation. 20 years ago,
I have completed reading an article stating that millions of mortgage customers could face “shock” of a potential rate rise by the end of the month. Read here https://www.thesun.co.uk/money/5505102/millions-of-homeowners-could-face-shock-mortgage-bill-rise-this-month-heres-how-to-avoid-it/ When you look at the real monthly figures, too me it does not look that bad. The example used on a £250,000.00 mortgage over a five-year fixed rate, could go up by £30.00 per month. Really!!!! This will be a shock????