BBC: Russian bank offers cats with mortgages Are mortgages with domestic cats the new thing? Well it’s all the rage in Russia! We all love a quirky campaign, and this one thought up by Russian Bank, Sberbank (SBRCY) is no different! The bank, is offering the delivery of cats to all new mortgage clients as
The governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney, has heavily hinted interest rates could rise this year. What could this mean for you? And why might this be good for first-time buyers?
You’re almost about to buy your dream home, don’t fall at the last hurdle.
Having problems getting on the property ladder? The government thinks the second stage of its Help to Buy scheme can help. But what exactly is it all about and why is it caused controversy?
Ron Radway looks at problems facing first-time buyers but insists there’s help out there.
What does it all mean? Jane King explains what you need to consider when applying for a fixed-rate mortgage and when it may not be suitable for your situation. Fixed rates! The most popular choice for both purchasers and re-mortgages for several years. They are a sensible choice if you wish to budget into the
Are we a generation unable to buy, destined for a lifetime of high rents and casting green-eyed glances at our homeowner friends? Not so, says Catherine Thurtle.
Research shows one in eight retirees still has a mortgage to pay off. Read how to boost your retirement fund.
Exciting, exciting, exciting! And then: Scary, scary, scary. Possibly the initial thoughts of most first-time buyers.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has said there is no evidence that the misselling of interest-only mortgages was widespread.
Time to shop around! David Hollingworth advises consumers to look around for mortgage deals to make sure they aren’t missing out on better rates Hardly a day goes by without a mortgage lender announcing an improvement to its mortgage rates. This increased level of competition has on occasion seen some 2 year fixed deals drop