First time buyer? Don't despair!
Recent research by the Halifax has shown that First-Time Buyers (FTBs) in the UK are on average 9%, or £742, better off a year by purchasing their own home compared to renting. First time buyers buying a three-bedroom property face national average monthly repayments and buying costs of £658 by the…
Recent figures from the National Housing Federation (NHF) suggest that tenants currently spend just over 39% of their income on rent. This compares with the European average of 28%, which confirms the UK as one of the most expensive places to rent on the continent. UK monthly rent payments averaged …
Income Protection provides safety net for self-employed
Income Protection provides vital financial cover for the self-employed. By replacing a percentage of your earnings if you are too ill or injured to work, it delivers the financial security needed in the absence of an employer to cover sick-pay and insurance benefits. So if you are self-employed it i…