Month: March 2019

Mortgage Rates Halve in a Decade

Undoubtedly there have been a lot of changes in the past 10 years after the financial crisis of 2008 when the markets plummeted and people were unsure as to what would happen next. However, now in 2019, there is still uncertainty on the cards surrounding Brexit but as with all uncertainty there is often a silver lining somewhere.   If you’re still wondering as to what silver lining I could be referring to, I’m of course referring to the fact that interest rates, well more specifically, mortgage rates have now been at a record low for a decade and in ... Read more

Remortgaging Falls in January

There is still a lot of uncertainty surrounding Brexit and as a result many people are taking a cautious approach when it comes to their finances and big decision such as buying, moving or remortgaging the house.   It is thought that the fall in the amount of people choosing to remortgage their property or move home, requiring a remortgage, may be down to this uncertainty.   There has certainly been a slow down in the number of houses being bought and sold, the only factor appearing to buck the trend is that of first-time buyers who are obtaining their ... Read more