Latest blog articles
How Many Mortgage Deals Can You Get, Really?
12th June 2019
"We’ve taken a look at how many mortgage deals are out there and explain how to find one that could suit your circumstances."
Who’s Who On Your Mortgage Journey
7th June 2019
"Just found your dream home? If you’re a first-time buyer there are five key players you need to know who could help you get your hands on the keys."
How To Survive If You’re One Of 58% Of Young Adults Still Living With Your Parents
4th June 2019
"The majority of 18 to 34-year-olds still live at home with their parents. But is it really that bad? We find out."
Is Housing Finally Emerging From The Shadow Of Brexit?
31st May 2019
"As we’ve tracked the impact of Brexit, we’ve seen house price growth slow and fall, and mortgage rates steadily increase. But are things set to change?"
Trussle Brings The Mortgage Switch Guarantee To Parliament
30th May 2019
"We’ve submitted evidence to a Parliamentary enquiry making the case for greater mortgage transparency. Read it here."
How To Get A Mortgage In Principle With Trussle
29th May 2019
"A Mortgage in Principle tells you roughly how much you'll be able to borrow when looking to buy a home. Getting one with Trussle takes just five minutes."
What Tesco’s Exit From Mortgages Means For You
22nd May 2019
"Tesco has announced it’s stopped offering new mortgages and is looking at selling its existing mortgage portfolio. Here's what it means for you."
Are Mortgage Rates Going Up? Current Interest Rate & Future Outlook
22nd May 2019
"The interest rate of your mortgage deal contributes to how expensive that loan is going to be, so keeping on top of how interest rates are predicted to rise or fall is a smart thing to do."
Mortgage Saver Review - May 2019
15th May 2019
"This year's annual Mortgage Saver Review looks at the challenges faced by one of the largest groups of people in the UK: the self-employed."
How Will Brexit Affect House Prices And Mortgages? (Updated)
13th May 2019
"We take a look at what’s happened to the housing market since the Brexit vote, including changes in house prices, property transactions, buyer demand, and mortgage rates."