Advice articles about "Finance"
37 articles found
When it comes to funding your project, here's some expert finance advice from our in-house team of experts.
Introducing our new partnership with the Mortgage Advice Bureau
When you have good news that you want to share, it can be hard to keep it to yourself. That’s why it’s been so tough these last few months for our ...Read More
Should you invest in a buy-to-let property?
When looking for a smart investment, many turn to the buy-to-let market. However, just because this can be lucrative for some, doesn’t mean you sho...Read More
5 finance rules to follow when buying a home to renovate
When buying a new home, it’s common for renovations to be at the back of your mind. Perhaps you’re looking for a challenge and want to transform a ...Read More
Buying, selling and moving house during lockdown
In lockdown, our homes have become more important than ever, often feeling like our whole world. But what happens when your home isn’t up to scratc...Read More
The difference having a specialist lender can make
Let’s talk finance. When it comes to making significant changes to your home, either through an extension or renovation, it’s likely you’re going...Read More
What's the best way of financing my project?
When it comes to financing your project, whether it’s an extension, conversion, or renovation, it can be difficult to know which route will be best...Read More
How you can use the equity in your home to fund your project
When it comes to extending or renovating your home, many believe the only way to achieve their project is through the long slog of saving. However,...Read More
A guide to working out the total cost of your project
How much is your project going to cost? It’s likely going to be the big question hanging in the air and one a lot of homeowners struggle to answer....Read More
5 reasons why homeowners experience budget disaster
If you’ve ever watched a show about home extension/renovation, you’ll no doubt of seen an episode where the family experience a budget meltdown. Co...Read More
A guide to home improvement grants in 2021
Wouldn’t it be great if someone stepped in to cover the cost of those most vital home improvements? Whether this is making your home more energy-ef...Read More
How much does it cost to build a conservatory
They’re one of the most popular additions for British homes but how much will a conservatory set you back? __On average, a conservatory can cost a...Read More
What is a 95% mortgage?
They disappeared during the pandemic but they're now back on the market - it’s the 95% mortgage. Whether you’re looking for a way of purchasing you...Read More
Stamp Duty Holiday: what does the extension mean?
The Stamp Duty Land Tax Holiday has been extended to 30th June 2021. This is an extension from the previous deadline of 31st March 2021. From 30th ...Read More
What is shared ownership?
Are you thinking about owning your own home, but only have a small deposit? Then shared ownership could be the answer... ## What is shared ownersh...Read More
What are Help to Buy Equity Loans?
Launched by the government in 2013, Help to Buy Equity Loans are aimed at helping those who are struggling to get on the property ladder. There ar...Read More
What is mortgage payment protection insurance?
The last year has been difficult for all of us but has also showed us how important it is to be protected, just in case. One way to feel more prote...Read More
How to remortgage your home
If you’ve never done it before, remortgaging your home can seem like a mysterious process. How does remortgaging work? Where do you start? What are...Read More
A guide to mortgages and moving house
Moving to pastures new is an exciting prospect, but how should you get the ball rolling? Whether you’re a growing family or retiring to the country...Read More
Can a student get a mortgage?
Are you feeling bogged down by paying a landlord for the bare minimum? Why not consider becoming your own landlord by taking out a student mortgage...Read More
Mortgage bankers vs mortgage brokers: why use a mortgage broker?
Most people assume that getting a mortgage means heading straight to your bank or building society, but unfortunately this can mean missing out on ...Read More
Can I remortgage my house to buy another property?
Does the prospect of owning a second house appeal to you? Daydreams of holiday homes, or perhaps a nice buy-to-let investment? Well, now could be t...Read More
Buying a house with cash
You can buy a house with cash, providing you have the funds upfront to hand over to the seller. But like anything, it comes with its own advantages...Read More
A guide to homebuyer surveys
Often, major structural issues aren’t easy to spot unless you’re a trained professional, so having a survey carried out on a property you’re buying...Read More
Different types of mortgages explained
If choosing the right mortgage type is making your head hurt, then don’t worry, you’re not the only one. With so many different types of mortgages...Read More
When is the best time to pay off a Help to Buy loan?
Help to Buy loans are a great way for people to get on to the property ladder who would otherwise struggle to afford a house deposit, but it can be...Read More
Getting a mortgage with a low credit score
Banks and building societies are careful who they lend money to (understandably!) and so you should be prepared to have your financial history care...Read More
How to get a mortgage on your own
If you’re buying a home on one salary, either as a one-income family or as a single applicant, you might be thinking that your options are limited,...Read More
First-time buyer stamp duty rules
__The below article was written to reflect the Stamp Duty policy from 1st July 2021.__ As a first-time buyer, there are plenty of costs you need t...Read More
Do you need life insurance to get a mortgage?
You’ve had your offer accepted on the house you want to buy, and you’ve just had confirmation of your mortgage approval (great news!), so now all t...Read More
Is buy-to-let still a good investment in 2021?
Whilst today’s low-interest rates might not be good news for any savers out there, on the flip side, this is great news for those looking to invest...Read More
What is income protection insurance?
The question to ask yourself is, could you cope? If you lost your wage, would you still be able to pay the mortgage repayments, the household bills...Read More
How to become mortgage-free
To live the rest of your life without having to worry about mortgage repayments – it’s the dream every homeowner works towards. So, how does someo...Read More
7 things to know when buying your first home
When it comes to the house-buying process, we think every first time buyer would agree that it’s one big learning curve, from beginning to end. Th...Read More
Busting the myth of the big deposit
There is a bit of a secret when it comes to getting on the property ladder that many people don’t know about. And it’s all to do with what many see...Read More
Your quick guide to remortgaging and product transfers
Whether because you want to find a better rate or because you’re looking to unlock some hidden funds, remortgaging is a promising time for your pro...Read More
How to save money to buy a house
The upside to saving is not only will you have a sizeable deposit when you come to buying your house, but you will also be able to demonstrate to l...Read More
Phone: +44203 868 9453 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Resi Design Ltd. trading as 'Resi' | Company No: 10471125
We are proud to employ architects registered with the Architects Registration Board and were awarded the mark for The Mayor's Good Work Standard for fair pay & conditions, wellbeing, skills, progression, diversity and recruitment.
Resi Finance Ltd is an appointed representative of Mortgage Advice Bureau Limited and Mortgage Advice Bureau (Derby) Limited who are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Resi Finance Ltd. Registered Office: International House Canterbury Crescent, Floor 4, London, England, SW9 7QE. Registered in England Number: 12327535