The amount you can borrow for your mortgage is dictated by your income and expenditure and the Lenders’ own affordability calculation models, but a recent article from the Daily Mail suggests housing takes up approximatelyContinue reading
Category: Right to Buy Mortgage Advice
Mortgage Protection Insurance is a term used to encompass various different types of cover designed to protect borrowers from events which could severely impact upon their ability to maintain mortgage payments. There are different variationsContinue reading
What is a Mortgage Agreement in Principle? The Value of an Agreement in Principle
How having your mortgage agreed at the outset can help you negotiate on an asking price
A Mortgage Agreement in Principle is essentiallyContinue reading
Buy your Council House –
Mortgage Broker in Leeds & Surrounding Areas What is Right to Buy?
Right to Buy gives eligible people who live in council properties in England the right to buy their home atContinue reading
Why Get Mortgage Advice?
The Value of Mortgage Advice in Leeds Malcolm Davidson – EXPERIENCED Mortgage Broker
Most people only arrange a mortgage every few years whereas Mortgage Brokers are working with Lenders on behalf of clientsContinue reading
This can be confusing as to which one to go for…!
There are 3 main types of property survey available to you….What is a Property Survey?
When you have an offer accepted on a property yourContinue reading
This week I celebrate 20 years since I started out as a Mortgage Broker and here I reflect on the last 2 decades and perhaps what could lie in ahead for the future.
The market in Continue reading
A Summary Of The 2016 Mortgage Market
It’s been another eventful year in the UK Mortgage market so with Christmas almost upon us I thought I’d take time to give you my reflections on some ofContinue reading
Why an Interest Rate Cut May Not Make Your Mortgage Cheaper… Malcolm Davidson – Mortgage Broker
With interest rates having being stable at 0.5% for over 7 years, the Bank of England’s decision this week to leaveContinue reading
Brexit and Mortgages – My Opinion
The UK has voted to leave the European Union this morning despite the majority of younger Brits voting to remain. What this vote means in the long-term for the marketsContinue reading