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Meet The Team: Joe

"Having worked in a big company for the past two years, Joe joins Trussle as a software engineer keen to embrace the small company vibe."

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Meet The Team: Hoon

"Hoon joins Trussle after spending five years running his own startup, leaving behind the world of fashion for the arguably just as glamourous world of mortgages."

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How To Get A Mortgage In Scotland

"Getting a mortgage in Scotland is similar to the mortgage process in other parts of the UK. However, the Scottish property purchase process and the rules around selling and buying are slightly different."

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Meet The Team: Oli

"Oli joined Trussle in the early days, and has played a key role in transitioning Trussle’s public image from exciting startup to credible industry player."

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Conveyancing Process Explained: What It Is And How To Go About It

"Conveyancing is simply the legalities involved with buying or remortgaging your home, and refers to the legal transfer of ownership titles from one party to another."

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Meet The Team: Dan

"Dan joins Trussle as our first QA (Quality Assurance) Engineer, making sure everything we produce - in terms of our website and our product - is perfect."

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Team Talk: Naming Our Customer Success Team

"I’ve had the privilege of working with many different customer teams in a variety of industries throughout my career. While they've shared some common themes, the names of their departments have varied a lot!"

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Can I Get A Mortgage If I'm An Expat?

"Getting a mortgage if you’re an expat is possible, but like getting a mortgage in the UK, there are a few conditions you need to meet."

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Meet The Team: Dilpreet

"With a background in journalism, Dilpreet isn’t your average mortgage broker! She joins Trussle with a wealth of experience and we're excited to have her on board."

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Leasehold, Freehold, And Commonhold Mortgages Explained

"Looking at whether a property is freehold, leasehold, or commonhold is important before you decide to buy, as each type of ownership has an impact on the type of mortgage you’ll be eligible for."

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