Putting your property into a trust is a highly desirable way of protecting the property against such risks as fire, flooding, impacts, storm damage and vandalism.
How much is it going to cost when the time comes for you to move out of your house and into a care home? It is difficult to predict quite how much care home fees may have risen by.
If you have placed your home in Trust, it is still important to ensure that it continues to be protected by adequate home insurance.
For several hundred years or so, Trusts have been used as a way of holding assets in a separate and distinct legal entity, but how does it all work?
A few of you may have noticed that mortgage lenders are reminding you to save the money you owe on an interest-only mortgage. Here's why.
George Osbourne has upped the Buy to Let and Second home tax, people can’t afford a mortgage until they’re, on average, 30 and those who can afford second properties seem to be getting the blame.
Just imagine being able to offer your let property as being located in one of the best places in the world to live. You’d probably be beating applicants away from your door.
A quick guide to the most suitable types of mortgages to cater for your property needs.
There’s still time – before the next 4th of May – to invest in a property you can be certain of letting to any Star Wars aficionado.
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Something that can create cause for concern with customers filling out a UKinsuranceNET quote form is the types of locks on your property.
Renting near a university can be a big worry for some landlords, but it’s also a huge market. You may have tried weighing up the pros and cons yourself but we’ve done it for you.