Getting a mortgage can be really intimidating. Most likely you’ve spent years building up your deposit and trying to improve your credit score ready for this moment. You’re essentially attempting to prove that you’re trustworthy…
Are you a baby when it comes to credit? Has it been 100% debit cards up til now? Is this because you’re a very intelligent, responsible infant who wants to avoid getting into debt? Well, get ready for a dose of big sisterly advice, except I’m not your sister or a financial adviser, just someone who’s been there and done that when it comes to credit cards.
Have Twitter panic? Allow me to explain why opening a Help to Buy ISA now is worth your time or not – completely hyperbole free!
The 7th – 11th of October is Financial Planning Week, and everyone in the UK can get a free session. Find out my experience, and what you should expect from yours.
All the things a year of being responsible for £230k worth of bricks and terrible flaky plaster has taught me.
How I managed to drag my savings from zero (well, technically minus something) to a little more than the £32,927 average UK deposit over the last 5 years.
Nobody can tell you how long it takes to buy a house – but here’s my full timeline of my own purchase as a first time buyer.
Is one of your resolutions to sort out your financial life in 2019? Here are five ideas to help your money work harder over the next year.
When I started looking into buying a house, I had no idea how different it would be to what I’ve seen on TV, or even my experience as a prospective tenant. Also there’s a baby pic of me in this post…
We’re all aware that in order to buy a house you should save up – but once you’ve decided on your budget and what percentage deposit you’re working towards, how much extra does a first time buyer need to have on hand?