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Has It Become Socially Acceptable to Discuss Salaries Openly?

At some point or another, we were all informed of the politeness (or otherwise) of asking other people how much they earn. It’s all part and parcel of growing up and getting into work – we’re programmed from an early age to avoid the subject of salary at all costs. […]

Bridging Loans Can Help with VAT Too

At a growing pace, bridging finance is becoming a force to be reckoned with on the UK’s specialist lending market. Providing rapid access to significant sums of cash for just about any purpose, bridging loans take convenience, flexibility and accessibility to an entirely higher level. But even at this stage, […]

A Brief History of Money

We love it when we’ve got it, and we lament it when we haven’t. In any case, it’s rare to come across an individual who doesn’t appreciate the value of money. But have you ever given thought to where the coins and notes in your pocket actually come from? By […]

Commercial Finance Explained

If you run a business of any kind, there’s a good chance you’ve heard of commercial finance. There’s also an equally strong chance you’re not entirely sure what the term refers to. In the sections below, you’ll find a concise overview of the functions, logistics and potential applications of commercial […]

Can I Rent Out My Home to Buy Another?

How does renting a home affect property purchase eligibility? What’s the deal with let-to-buy finance, and how difficult is it to qualify for let-to-buy mortgages? Perhaps the best way of getting to grips with this surprisingly common scenario is to consider the let-to-buy concept in a typical working example. Let-to-buy […]

I’m Too Old for Property Finance!

Living as a pensioner with a great deal of equity tied up in your estate represents the ultimate catch-22 situation. You may be sitting on a small fortune in combined assets, but this doesn’t mean you’ll be lent a hand when in need of financial support. Or at least, not […]

New Builds – Why So Many Complaints?

Taking the plunge and buying your dream home shouldn’t turn into an unmitigated nightmare. Particularly if buying a new-build property, which you’d expect to be in mint condition inside and out. Nevertheless, new-build complaints are stacking up from disgruntled buyers across the UK. In fact, new-build home complaints recently hit […]

Repayment of bridging finance with another bridging loan

Finance raised on an inherited property Our client was looking to borrow against an inherited property to repay an existing bridging loan secured on his own property which was arranged to consolidate debt. The repayment strategy for the initial 12 month bridging loan had failed as the estate agents were […]

What’s the Best Way to Buy Land?

Buying land for the first time can be a daunting and challenging process. Even if you’re more than familiar with traditional property procurement, buying land is an entirely different experience. From deciding where to buy land in the first place to finding the perfect land loan for your needs, there’s […]

Mortgages Brokers vs Bridging Specialists

To compare mortgage brokers to bridging specialists is a little like comparing apples to oranges. They both exist for a reason and have their benefits, but are nonetheless very different entities. The popularity of bridging finance continues to grow at its fastest ever pace.  Nevertheless, the vast majority of borrowers […]

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