We’ve arranged all sorts of mortgages and insurance cover for all sorts of people this year. As a small festive treat, we’ve handpicked some of the posts written throughout 2012 – showing the range of ways that Limetree can help, and offering experienced financial advice.
1. More Flexible Mortgages for the Military
Lenders are starting to understand the unique requirements of military homeowners.
2. Do Solar Panels Wreck Your Mortgage?
Panels are increasingly popular, but don’t get caught out if you want to remortgage in the near future.
3. Boost Credit History By Paying Rent
Prompt rent payments now count towards a healthy credit report – but with which credit agency?
4. Self-Employed Checks Make Accountant Essential
Why you should get an accountant involved early on if you’re self-employed and need a mortgage.
5. Get an Independent Home Insurance Quote
Limetree’s unique home insurance finder is powered by our experienced and impartial advisers who have the best and deals at their fingertips.
6. Double Whammy to Hit Interest-Only Borrowers
Thankfully for interest-only customers, interest rates have not gone up yet. But what will happen when they do?
7. Know the 3 Different Types of Variable Rate?
This post has taken on a deeper resonance given the scandal surrounding the LIBOR.
8. Bridging Finance Not Just for Mega-Rich
Find out how you can use bridging finance for investment purchases, cash flow, home improvements and business.
9. Don’t Put Off Arranging Life Insurance
Not a cheery message, but such an important one for you and your family. Are you covered this Christmas?
10. Woolwich Offers New Model for Guarantor Mortgages
Some much-needed innovation comes to the guarantor mortgage market to give first time buyers some hope.
We hope that there is something useful in the list. Limetree is completely independent, offering clear, comprehensive advice on mortgages and insurance. If there is anything you need to get sorted in the New Year, just give us a call.
Until then, from all of us at Limetree, best wishes and enjoy the Christmas break.