How much can I borrow for a mortgage?

Mortgage adviceJuly 19 Author: Helen Gradwell

Lenders take a number of factors into account when they work out how much you can borrow for a mortgage.

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What happens when my mortgage deal ends?

Mortgage adviceJune 18 Author: Helen Gradwell

When your mortgage deal ends you have a few options.

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How to use a mortgage calculator

Mortgage adviceFebruary 6 Author: Matthew Plant

Using a mortgage calculator is a good way of finding out how much different mortgage deals might cost every month.

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The remortgaging process explained

Mortgage adviceJuly 21 Author: Joel Stanier

By definition, a remortgage is something for people who've already arranged at least one mortgage in the past! Nonetheless, there are a few extra points to consider when getting a remortgage.

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Mortgages: what is LTV (loan-to-value)?

Mortgage adviceJune 16 Author: Joel Stanier

Mortgages: what is LTV (loan-to-value)? Click here to find out.

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How easy is it to get a mortgage nowadays?

Mortgage adviceMay 24 Author: Nicholas Boyle

Lenders are actually reducing the interest rates on some of their mortgages - at the same time as offering more high-LTV deals. But it`s not all good news.

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Mortgages - here and across the Atlantic

Mortgage adviceMay 12 Author: Matthew Plant

People often compare the housing market in the UK with that in the US. Click here for a look at some of the differences between the two, based on an analysis by the Council of Mortgage Lenders.

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The base rate: past, present and future

Mortgage adviceMay 5 Author: Nicholas Boyle

The Bank of England has kept its base rate at 0.5% for the 26th month in a row. We`ve put together a brief analysis of the history of the base rate to see how it has changed over time. Take a look at it here.

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