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How a Mortgage Review This Month Could Save you Money

A review of your mortgage should be something you look at every couple of years. There are times, like now, where mortgage rates plunge and it opens up the opportunity for you to save hundreds, maybe even thousands of pounds on your current mortgage rate.

80% of Brits Don’t Invest In the Stock Market. Why?

Investing might have developed a bit of a bad reputation in recent years, spurring the British public to become hesitant to get involved in the stock market. In fact, new research revealed just how gun-shy Brits are.

The Interest Rate in 2019 – What is on the Horizon?

At the end of last year, industry experts weighed in on what they thought would happen to interest rates in 2019. It was obviously a tough forecast to make with Brexit looming, and predictions were mixed.

What Brexit Means for Mortgages and Property Prices

For nearly three years now, Brexit has been at the top of the British public’s mind. The government has been in talks trying to reach a satisfactory deal for some time now and has experienced one delay after another. The effects of Brexit will be far-reaching, impacting everything from personal finances to the broader economy. […]

FRIDAY Five: 5 Tips for Money Conscious Millennials

Each week in our Friday Five, we provide five quick tips about a different topic of interest. Interested in seeing a particular subject discussed? Send an email with your FAQ to

We Haven’t Talked about Interest Rates for a While

It’s been a while since we talked about interest rates. So here we focus on the Bank of England base rate increases and the impact on lending and saving rates for consumers this coming year.

FRIDAY Five: 5 Top Savings Accounts

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How To Avoid A Stress Test When Remortgaging?

Britain is already seeing the effects of the recent increase in the Bank of England base rate, with the country’s major mortgage lenders (Barclays, Hailfax, HSBC, Lloyds, Nationwide, and NatWest) hiking their SVR rates by 0.25% in order to recoup some of their added costs.

Will Savings Account Interest Increase With the Rate Rise?

This month, the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee voted unanimously to raise the base rate from 0.5% to 0.75%. We’ve covered what this means for mortgages interest rates, but what does this mean for savings accounts interest rates?

If You Have a Fixed Rate Mortgage You Are Protected

Despite previous warning that the base rate would be increasing after the recent Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee meeting, many were still hopeful that a rate hike would be delayed. Alas, the committee voted unanimously to an increase of 0.25%, climbing from 0.5% to 0.75%, just months after a November 2017 increase from 0.25%.

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