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You usually cover the building from exchange of contracts but not on a newbuild where the builder retains the risk until completion.



Ask solicitor to check with builder's solicitor.



This is probably a result of a poor copy & paste from a non-newbuild client's document.

The laws are changing, but what I said has no bearing on this;- “ Neither the type of mortgage you have, nor the asset on which it is secured has any bearing on the taxation of your rental income. You can currently use the interest on a mortgage upto 100% of the value of the property at the po...

The smartest thing to do is hand it to the solicitor handling the remortgage ahead of completion.



Then, you don't have to worry about when any ERC period ends on the current mortgage.

If you use the card only for work expenses, don't you pay off the full balance each month? If you do, what is the significance of 0%? Stability in your credit history is the best thing to have on the approach to a mortgage application, so leave well alone until after completion takes place and you m...

One lender will offer £208,500 over 35 years assuming the car costs no more than £200pm and there are no ground rent, service charges nor student/season ticket loans. It also meets Government HTB affordability requirements using the same assumptions. On a non-newbuild, you can borrow £204,000 on ...

Will YBS permit a port where you are remortgaging the current property, not selling it? Many lenders won't. Neither the type of mortgage you have, nor the asset on which it is secured has any bearing on the taxation of your rental income. You can currently use the interest on a mortgage upto 100% of...

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