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Number of Mortgage Products available rises – Mortgage Advice

The situation as I see it! Money seems to be in short supply; interest rates offered by banks for saving money remains diabolical; unemployment is expected to increase by quarter of a million as students leave university and college and members of Parliament from all sides of the political spectrum have exploited their expenses for […]

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Buy-to-Let Landlords struggle to keep up mortgage repayments | Debt Help

As this recession tightens its grip on our economy many buy-to-let landlords have found themselves unable to sustain their mortgage commitments to repay their borrowings. The chief executive of the housing charity Shelter says that he is worried about the increase in the number of people seeking advice from his organisation.  Many landlords and tenants […]

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Quick Property Sale Comparison Service Launched – Press Release

EstateAgencyFeesDirect.com is fast becoming the recognised market leader for generating hundreds of comparison quotes each month on behalf of property sellers nationwide. The site has now expanded its unique estate agents fees service to include comparisons of Below Market Value (BMV) offers provided by Quick Property Sale companies. In much the same way the main estate agency comparison […]

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Are your debts out of control? Don’t ignore the warning signs

If you developed a strange rash that just wouldn’t go away, you’d visit your doctor – but it’s amazing how many people who listen to health warnings don’t do the same when it comes to wealth warnings. Now more than ever, it’s crucial to monitor your debt levels to prevent a slide into the financial […]

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Recycle your old Mobile Phones for Cash or Donate it to a Charity

Recycle Your Old Mobile Phones Most of us will upgrade old mobile phones annually for the ‘latest new release’ when we renew our mobile contracts. It’s become an event that we all look forward to as we get to impress our friends with our latest new phone. We watch them go green with envy for ten […]

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Payment Premium Insurance (PPI) to be axed by the big banks

The Financial services Authority (FSA) has fined banks and lenders for the mis-selling of Payment Premium Insurance (PPI) and for failing to treat their customers fairly. Payment Protection Insurance cover (PPI) is sold to borrowers to cover them against the risk that they may not be able to pay their monthly payment on a credit […]

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Mortgage rescue scheme helps houseowners facing repossession

The government this morning announced a £200million mortgage rescue scheme that may help around 6,000 homeowners facing repossession, money saving expert heard today.  This new initiative is aimed at stopping thousands of vulnerable homeowners from losing their homes in England and will start from this Friday.  The scheme is primarily targeted at families with children, […]

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Government helps homeowners with new Mortgage Support | Mortgage News

Latest forecast by the British Chamber of Commerce suggests that unemployment figures could rise to ten percent or around 3.1 million people during this year 2009. According to Credit Action personal debt in Britain today stands at almost £1.456 billion in November and the amount of debt has surged ahead of the country’s gross domestic […]

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Stop! Do you need Unemployment Protection? | Recession tips

During these times of economic turbulence and insecurity we all have a immense need for sickness, accident, unemployment and redundancy protection. Most of us have a mortgage, loans, credit cards, utility bills and everyday living expenses that would need to be paid if we were to lose our jobs through a redundancy, become ill or suffered […]

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Restructure your debts to make them more affordable | Debt Management

We have all watched as our government has bought a share in the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), Lloyds TSB, Halifax and then they privatised the Northern Rock and Bradford and Bingley. They have given these banks a life-line. But what life-line have they offered the rest of us? Some people are struggling more than […]

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Mortgages available at 2007 levels!

It’s nearly a week since the Bank of England dropped their base rate from 5% to 4.5% and we are still waiting for more competitive interest rates from the banks for mortgages, remortgages personal and business loans. It seems that the top four banks namely, RBS, Lloyds TSB, HBOS and Barclay’s Bank were quick to […]

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Finding A Remortgage Just Got A Lot More difficult!

Finding A Remortgage In today’s Market Breaking news from the Halifax Bank who are reporting a 13% drop in house prices for the last year. They claim that the current house price drop is the fastest and the largest house price drop they have ever recorded. The Halifax says that the monthly house price drop […]

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The Global Banking System is in Intensive Care on Life support!

Record losses were being mirrored around the world as governments scramble to avoid any further disaster. Stock markets are now being driven by fear and not by reason. Record loses are being moved around the world. If you thought we might be hitting the bottom then think again there are new warnings being given hourly […]

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Age of Responsibility

We are getting a raw deal. It seems that the banks have succeeded in socialising their bad debt and poor management ability on the backs of ordinary working people and in the process they have now thrown us head long into spiralling unemployment, rising food and utility costs, along with a future of uncertainty, not […]

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