Car seats, stair gates, or simply holding hands – Family protection takes many forms

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August is proving to be an exciting but also reflective month for me. My son’s first birthday is fast approaching, and everything’s almost organised for a great day of celebration with friends and family. As Rachel and I were going through the list of invitees I realised how much has changed in 12 months. Not… Read more »

Your Mortgage Checklist

Posted by & filed under Estate Agents, Finance, First Time Buyer, House Hunting, Mortgage, Moving Experience, Property Purchase, Property Search.

There is so much to consider when you are looking to buy a property and here is the Moving Experience checklist to help you through the process. It’s always best to seek expert advice first We offer an holistic view that will enable you to compare lenders, access hundreds of products including exclusives (not available directly)…. Read more »

News Round – April to July

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Deposit Amount Are Reducing ‘Mortgage Search Data Tracker’ released on 24th April, shows over 25% of searches were for products with a deposit of 10% or less. View Article >> (www.financialreporter.co.uk) A Quarter of Critical Illness Claims Paid to Under 40’s View Article >> (www.covermagazine.co.uk) Just 1 in 5 New Parents Have Life Cover On… Read more »

Moving Experience Celebrates 7th Anniversary.

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MOVING EXPERIENCE CELEBRATES 7TH ANNIVERSARY, WITH BIG PLANS FOR THE FUTURE  Moving Experience is celebrating its 7th anniversary this month and there are big plans afoot for the future as the property market continues to recover. I founded the company in May 2007 and I am very proud of the fact it has developed into… Read more »

Prepare for a Moving Experience – Points to ponder

Posted by & filed under Estate Agents, Finance, First Time Buyer, House Hunting, Mortgage, Property Purchase, Property Search.

If you’re thinking of purchasing a property, as a first time buyer, or if you’ve bought before, when preparing for moving house there’s quite a bit to think about. What will help is to approach the process in a step by step and logical manner. Before you do anything else, I’d suggest speaking to an independent… Read more »

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 »

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 »

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

Posted by & filed under Finance, Lifestyle, Mortgage, Protection Insurance.

Courtesy Goldsmithwilliams.co.uk article 5/4/2012 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 greater than it is… Read more »