The Robin Mortgage Design Blog

Our blog lets you know about the more sepcific subjects when looking at a mortgages and protection, such income types, credit files, the process and off course different mortgage and protection products. We're always working on new blogs to deliver new content so we hope you can find what you are looking for, but if we have written about your after just, please do gives a call and we would be delighted to help.

Buy To Let Mortgages.

Is buy-to-let right for me? If you are looking at Buy to Let Mortgages then this guide is exactly what you need! Firstly, property investment isn’t a decision to be taken lightly, and must be well considered before putting two feet in. Many believe it to be an easy path to making money. However, it…

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Holiday Let Mortgages.

We have all seen significant increases in property purchases for holiday lets across the UK, especially over the past few years. Even more so in holiday destinations, such as here on the Isle Of Wight. However, mortgage lenders have traditionally shied away, and most of the big UK lenders are still not offering specialist holiday…

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Spring Time Decoration

April is National Decorating Month. I know right, who knew. And there is no better time than Spring to spruce up your home. Whether you are planning a house move and want to refresh your home to get the best value. Or stay put and have a fresh place to relax. This blog will hopefully…

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Can A Over 55 Get A 30 Year Mortgage.

Can a over 55 get a 30 year mortgage?… This is a great question… As a population we are living longer and as it turns out, everything is getting more expensive. Sky high energy bills, fuel cost and food have increased significantly over the past few months and that is not including the hike in…

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Why Should You Remortgage?

Remortgaging is the process of switching your current mortgage on your existing property to a new one. This can be with your existing lender, or with a new one. There are many different reasons as to why you may want to remortgage your house. For most people, the main reason is about saving money on…

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Mortgages on New Build Homes

For many home seekers looking for a new place to live, being able to purchase and move into a new build property is the ideal situation. Purchasing a newly built property has many benefits; they tend to be energy efficient, build to a high standard, and buyers do not have to worry about the dreaded…

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How Can I Improve My Credit Score?

When applying for a mortgage, your credit score is taken into consideration by mortgage lenders. This means your credit score needs to be at a certain level in order to be approved for a mortgage, as well reap the benefits of lower interest rates and more. Credit scores explained: what is it? A credit score is…

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How Does Equity Release Work?

What is equity release? Equity release is the process of releasing money from your property when you’re still living there.  If you own your home and are over 55, and looking for some extra cash or a more comfortable retirement, then one solution is to release some equity. However, equity release can be an expensive…

Working From Home, Our Point Of View

With the arrival of COVID 19, we have all had to re-think how we work and where we work from. This has lead to large numbers of people now working from home. With new business-friendly technology, jobs that were always believed to be unsuitable and unsustainable outside of the office. This has not only been…

Become A Self Employed Mortgage Adviser

So, if you’re reading this blog, then you’re looking to become a self-employed mortgage advisor. That’s great news, as to become self employed was the best decision that I made. During this 3 part blog series, I will cover some of the key points and my pros and cons. How Should I Prep To Become…

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Not all forms of mortgage lending such as certain Buy to Lets are regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority along with some additional related services, such as Conveyancing. A full disclosure document will be provided to you.

If you are considering securing additional debts against your home: Think carefully about securing other debts against your home. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on a mortgage or other debt secured on it.

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