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EPC changes: what it means for landlords

EPC regulations require landlords to obtain an EPC rating when selling or renting a property. Despite the changes, properties still require an EPC rating although there is no longer a requirement for new tenancies to have a rating of C or above. While the discussions...

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Fixed rate mortgage term ending: what should I do next?

Before your mortgage comesto an end, it’s crucial to exploreyour options. It’s importantthat you start planning yourmortgage options at least sixmonths before the end of thefixed rate period. Consult withyour mortgage adviser/brokerto determine which option suitsyour...

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Agricultural Finance

Secured finance options for the rural and agricultural sector to enable people to diversify, sustain, grow and improve their businesses. Financing this sector can be more challenging as many traditional sources of finance have disappeared. Loans can be used for the...

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What is The Mortgage Charter?

The goal of the MortgageCharter is to make thingseasier and fairer for customerswho want to buy a home. It makes mortgages lessconfusing, stops lendersfrom giving out risky loans,and makes sure customersare treated fairly. It’s all abouthelping people achieve...

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Will UK mortgage rates continue to go down in 2023?

Average mortgage rates have been falling slowly throughout August, despite expectations that the Bank of England will continue raising rates. Despite forecasts that the base rate could peak at 5. 75% early next year from 5. 25% now, a number of lenders have slashed...

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Shared Ownership

Shared ownership allows the buyer to purchase a percentage of the property with the remaining amount owned by the housing provider. The buyer then pays a mortgage on the share that they own and rent on the remaining percentage. Shared ownership also provides the...

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House prices fall: Is it the right time to buy?

Knowing when to buy a house can be difficult, especially during a cost-of-living crisis. Household budgets remain under pressure from high inflation however, confidence is beginning to returnto the property market as house prices fell 3. 1% on an annual basis in...

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What is Stamp Duty?

Stamp duty is a tax which is paid when you buy a property, the amount will depend on the purchase price of the house. It is crucial that you consider stamp duty as part of your budget if your home is costing a quarter of a million pounds or more. Stamp Duty Rates You...

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What Is An EPC?

An EPC refers to Energy Performance Certificate. An Energy Performance Certificate provides an energy rating for your home on a scale of A-G. A means the most efficient rating and G is the least efficient. An EPC also highlights areas to improve the energy efficiency...

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