News @ Walker Beckett Mortgages Ltd
Here is our news blog section to keep you informed about the latest news at Walker Beckett Mortgages and also wider issues in the world of finance.
This fascinating article by Love Property outlines some expert predictions about how these changing times
Check out this article from the Guardian which outlines some more facts and figures regarding the market boom
In July 2020 more than £37bn worth of property sales were agreed – the busiest month for home buying for 10 years, according to property portal
The Chancellor’s recent announcement of the eight month stamp duty holiday has stirred many buyers and sellers into action as they make the most of this great saving.
In a great encouragement to the housing market estate agents are now able to progress house sales faster as potential buyers can now go and view properties.
Whilst everything seems doom and gloom in the media at present we are glad that this is not the case here at Walker Beckett Mortgages. Things are going well and as Steve Beckett reports below, in some cases the buying and selling process is even being sped up!
The coronavirus pandemic is set to fundamentally change the way we live our lives. It’s an anxious and upsetting time, and while the primary concern is health, our financial wellbeing is also important.
Anyone who has bought or sold a house will know that it can be a detailed process and the end goal is to reach completion date, when the sale becomes formalised..
The housing market has seen a resurgence in interest from what have been frustrated potential buyers and sellers following the general election.Many sales have been held up due to uncertainty over Brexit but property professionals are saying that the...
For a lot of people their mortgage is their biggest debt. So it therefore follows that getting the best deal on it can save huge amounts.
Saving for a deposit -first time buyers are saving for deposits faster, but this can often be down to increased financial support from their loved ones.
Getting on the property ladder can be tricky and often children ask for some extra cash from the bank of Mum and Dad to help them out with that initial deposit.