Finding it hard to sell and move on?

Many homeowners find themselves with a house they wish to buy, and living in a house they wish to sell. That’s an old story, I agree. But a little known option exists to help break the chain for buyers and sellers. You may consider a “Let to Buy” mortgage. A Let to Buy mortgage is a way to buy a new home while renting out your current property. This eliminates the need for the mover to sell their home immediately …

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Market showing promise for 1st – Time Buyers, at last.

Times are showing signs of easing for 1st-time buyers. According to The Daily Telegraph, Saturday 14th December 2019, the gap between required deposits and mortgages is increasing. This means that borrowers are able to get higher loans to value, as house price rises slow and wages growth returns, at last.

Home improvements, or time to move?

Mortgage rates are currently so low, that this could be a very good time to consider a new mortgage deal. If you are looking at home improvements, moving house or simply looking for a better deal than you currently have, independent advice is just a phone call away. Regents Court Financial offers a free, and whole of market, review of your current mortgage position. Call us now, on 01902 311381 and ask for Ron Warren

Go North Dick Whittington

Landlords are selling up their properties in the South of England and looking to the North for better yields on properties to let. This is according to The Daily Telegraph property section this weekend. We, at Regents Court Financial, have noticed a steady increase in enquiries for BTLs in Lancashire and the North Eastern counties in the UK.

Is it time to fix your mortgage deal?

Some people are anticipating a rise in the Bank of England base rate, currently 0.75%, in the New Year. As an independent “Whole of Market”, mortgage advisory firm, we can give you access to all the best mortgage deals. Call Regents Court Financial now and ask for Ron Warren. 01902 311381 BoE-Database_export

Accord introduces nine high-LTV offerings.

  Highlights include a 90 per cent LTV two-year fix at 2.39 per cent, and a 90 per cent LTV five-year fix at 2.68 per cent. The former product has a £495 fee, while the latter deal has no fees, and both offerings include free standard valuations as well as £1,250 cashback. A 90 per cent LTV two-year fix at 2.60 per cent has also been added. This product is for new build houses, has a £749 fee, free standard …

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New kid on the Holiday Let mortgage market “block”.

Hodge has launched a number of new holiday let mortgage offerings for borrowers in the UK. Notable products include a 60 per cent LTV two-year fix at 2.45 per cent and a 75 per cent LTV two-year fix at 2.85 per cent. The two deals are available to customers from the age of 21 to 88, include fees of £995, a maximum loan value of £1.5m and ERCs are set at 3 per cent. The lender adds that both offerings …

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Try a Free Mortgage Review Today

Our free mortgage review could save you £000s. With interest rates at historically low levels, now could be the time to review for your maximum benefit. Cut mortgage costs, pay the home loan off early, switch lenders for a better deal, and more. Regents Court Financial is independent, and with whole of market access, you can believe that we can find the best deal for you, today.

Conservative Property Minister takes “Rent Controls” off the table

Conservative MP, Robert Jenrick has stated that rent controls are bad for landlords and tenants, at a meeting of the Housing Communities and Local Government Committee. Thus, such measures are not likely to appear in a future Conservative Governement, should they win the General Election on 12th December

We have moved!

We have been busy recruiting more independent mortgage advisers to cater for our growing business. So we have moved into larger premises, just across the car park from our previous offices. Our new address is: Regents Court Financial Hanover Studios George Street Wolverhampton WV2 4DG Tel: –               01902 311381 email: –           info@regentscourtfinancial.co.uk Website: –      www.regentscourtfinancial.co.uk We are on Facebook too.   Being independent means that we have access …

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