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Have you bought home insurance from a comparison website?

In these difficult financial times we are all looking for ways to cut the costs of our monthly direct debits. Many look to comparison websites to save money on their […]

By admin, 1st July 2013.

Have you considered becoming a landlord?

Despite a turbulent economic climate, the buy to let market has been going from strength to strength. With the average first time buyer now being 37 years old, there has […]

By admin, 2nd June 2013.

Think you can’t buy your first home?

With the average age of a First-time buyer now 37 years old, a number of people are currently renting or living at home with their parents.  However there have been […]

By admin, 1st May 2013.

What would happen if you were unable to work?

Many people believe that if they should lose the ability to work by falling ill or having an accident, the state would step in or their employer will continue to […]

By admin, 1st April 2013.

Are you and your family protected?

No-one wants to think about what will happen when a loved one dies. Everything changes and the last thing you should have to worry about is adding a financial strain […]

By admin, 1st March 2013.

Could now be the time to re-mortgage?

Moving your mortgage could result in saving you money. We have seen a number of lenders reducing their mortgage interest rates recently for both fixed and tracker products, many of […]

By admin, 2nd February 2013.

Brussels Baffles Brains

Time is running out if you wish to take advantage of insurance premiums being sensibly priced. From the 21st December 2012 a directive from the European Union comes into law […]

By admin, 12th October 2012.

Return of the small deposit mortgage

Since the credit crunch mortgage lenders have generally been reserving their mortgage products for those with a 25% deposit or more. As a result many potential first time buyers or […]

By admin, 18th August 2011.

Looking for a good critical illness policy

According to a recent survey* only a startling 12% of the working population has some form of critical illness cover yet public awareness of these policies is extremely high. Clearly, […]

By admin, 26th July 2011.

Time to consider a fixed rate?

A look ahead at the interest rate landscape for the months ahead.

By admin, 29th June 2011.