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Set and Forget Your Mortgage?

The hassle free approach is to set your mortgage on a fixed rate for a set timeframe and then essentially forget about it until its renewal date. For longer term fixed rate mortgages this could be five years or of course much longer now there’s the 10 year fixed rate deal with TSB. So what could you be missing out on by taking this approach with your home loans?

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Take Years Off Your Mortgage?

Do you focus on taking years off your mortgage or increasing its term to 3o years? There is no one answer or one right path to take as both options work well depending on what they are used for.

A owner occupier will have different lending needs to that of a property investor.

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Make your Mortgage Manageable

Mortgagee sales are on the increase as a result of the recession and the property market downturn. If you are struggling with your mortgage payments how can you avoid having to sell your house? Here are a few tips that could help.

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Managing your Mortgage

Buying a house is the most important financial decision that most people ever make. The financial consequences of taking on a mortgage can have either a favourable or disastrous effect on your future prosperity depending on how well your mortgage is managed.

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Roll on 2010!

2009 will probably go down as one of the most difficult years in Mortgage and Property terms. Many Brokers shut shop and Lenders made things very difficult for those with small deposits and the self employed.

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