What is an ‘Agreement in Principle’, and why do Estate Agents ask for them?

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If you think of purchasing a property, whether it’s for your first time, or you’ve been bought before, there can be quite a few things to think about. What will help you is to approach the process in a step by step, logical manner, and be prepared! The first person to be speak to is… Read more »

What documents will your mortgage company want to see and why?

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Based on 12 years of experience, and hundreds of submitted applications, I can quite confidently tell you that there are a number of documents that a lender will usually request to support a residential mortgage application. If you’re planning to arrange a mortgage to buy a new home, or you want to a remortgage to take advantage… Read more »

What documents will your mortgage company want to see, and why?

Posted by & filed under First Time Buyer, Mortgage, Property Purchase.

Based on 12 years of experience, and hundreds of submitted applications, I can quite confidently tell you that there are a number of documents that a lender will usually request to support a residential mortgage application. If you’re planning to arrange a mortgage to buy a new home, or you want to a remortgage to take advantage… Read more »

Who needs to protect their income?

Posted by & filed under Lifestyle, Protection Insurance.

I’ve been inspired to write this following a couple of conversations that I’ve had in the last few days … “Who needs to protect their income?” – Everyone! It sounds like a cliche to say it, because it is, but you wouldn’t think about building a house without a decent foundation. That’s the way I… Read more »

Another great customer review

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We were introduced to Matt Colley of Moving Experience by a friend who he advised previously. On our initial meeting Matt took the time to listen to our requirements and then patiently ran through a number of options. He produced several reports for us to review in our own time so that we could decide… Read more »

Making a Will is even more important for co-habiting couples.

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Courtesy Goldsmithwilliams.co.uk article 5/4/2012 Topic revisited 13/8/15 https://www.goldsmithwilliams.co.uk/news/cohabiting-couples-without-wills-leave-partners-at-risk With many of us struggling to make ends meet, it is no surprise why many couples are foregoing the big white wedding and choosing a life of co-habitation instead. But for those not following the conventional path of marriage, the importance of making a Will is even… Read more »