Latest Mortgage & Protection News - Mortgage Squared
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Latest Mortgage & Protection news

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We're there for you
Even in a normal marketplace it makes sense to seek advice - and, of course, this isn't a normal marketplace with a Stamp Duty reduction, housing mini-boom, furlough scheme extension, excellent mortgage rates, and so much more...
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Screen Time!
We can provide advice on both your MORTGAGE and PROTECTION INSURANCE requirements in a way that best meets your needs - by phone, email, videoconferencing, and so on...
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Updates
With varying levels of restriction now in place across the UK, we set out the latest announcements by the Chancellor for financial support into 2021, an update on mortgage payment holidays and the record number of protection insurance claims being paid out...
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First-Time Buyers - Finding a Way
In a recession, lender's enthusiasm to lend to First-Time Buyers tends to wane. The upside for the first-timer is that property prices generally drop - yet the opposite is occurring at the moment! However, options may exist...
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Mortgages for the Self-Employed
Self-Employed workers have been hit hard by the onset of coronavirus.  In addition to the likely loss of business income, many would have fallen through the net with regard to obtaining government finding to help see them through. But, all is not lost!...
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Possibilities for Landlords
Landlords have proved to be a fairly resilient group, and may have built up a greater resolve than most to face the current recession...
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■ The contents of Mortgage & Protection news are believed to be correct at the date of publication (November 2020).
■ Every care is taken that the information in this newsletter is accurate at the time of publication. However, all information and figures are subject to change and you should always make enquiries and check details and, where necessary, seek legal advice before entering into any transaction.
■ The information in this newsletter is of a general nature. You should seek professional advice tailored to your needs and circumstances before making any decisions.
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