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Your Mortgage Expert calls for calm following Brexit

On 24th June 2016, the United Kingdom voted to exit the European Union. And with it commenced a period of uncertainty for the UK. Adam Nanson, Managing Director of Your Mortgage Expert, which offers mortgage and protection advice in Salisbury, has called for calm around these uncertain times. He comments: (more…)

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No change in mortgage regulation following Brexit

The latest announcement from the Financial Conduct Authority is that the regulation surrounding the mortgage market will remain unchanged following Britain’s decision to exit the EU. This was reported on the Mortgage Introducer website on 24th June 2016*. (more…)

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New mortgage and protection advisor joins Your Mortgage Expert

New mortgage and protection advisor joins Your Mortgage Expert

Your Mortgage Expert is pleased to announce that Andy Sutherland has joined the firm as a mortgage and protection advisor. The independent mortgage broker firm, which recently moved into new office premises on New Canal, has taken on the new advisor in order to service the high number of customers approaching the firm to help them with their mortgage and protection needs. (more…)

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Archive: Buy to Let surge is pushing up property prices

For Buy to Let investors and those buying a second home, stamp duty is due to increase by 3% in April. As a result, according to latest RICS research, house prices have been increasing with a surge of investors wanting to complete before April. In fact, the figures from RICS show that half of surveyors told of price rises in January. This was reported on the Mortgage Introducer website in February*. (more…)

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Archive: Confidence in UK house prices remains strong

Latest figures from the Halifax has found that house price confidence remains strong despite people having some concerns about other areas of the economy. This was reported on the Your Mortgage website in February*. According to the Halifax’s latest confidence tracker, the majority of people believe that property prices in the UK will be higher, rather than lower in a year’s time. (more…)

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Archive: Buy to Let Landlords increasingly using limited companies

Latest research has found that Buy to Let landlords are increasingly using limited companies in order to purchase a property. This was reported in What Mortgage Magazine in January*. According to the latest figures, purchases by Buy to Let investors through a limited company in December accounted for 38% of total Buy to Let business. This is an increase of 15% on October’s figures. (more…)

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ARCHIVE: Buy to let landlords face higher stamp duty

Landlords and those buying second homes will soon have to pay more in stamp duty, the chancellor has announced in the Autumn Statement. This was reported in the Financial Reporter on 25th November following the Chancellor’s Statement*. The changes will be introduced in April 2016 and will mean all Buy to Let investors and those buying a second home will have to pay an extra 3% on each stamp duty band. The aim is for this money to raise an extra £1bn for the Treasury over the next six years. (more…)

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