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.

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…

Mortgages for Armed Forces Personnel

Mortgages for Armed Forces Personnel At Robin Mortgage Design, we support both current and ex-military service personnel. We feel that you shouldn’t be disadvantaged when it comes to getting on the property ladder. Whilst there’s no specific mortgages for Armed Forces personnel, you can access perks that other careers . Let’s cover those now. Do…

NHS Mortgages

Mortgages for NHS Professionals Firstly, we would like to say a big thank you to all the 1.5 million people working within the NHS. We appreciate all your hard work and long hours supporting us and our families. So lets start with some marvellous news. As a NHS worker you have plenty of options available…

Mortgages For Teachers

It’s fantastic to hear that you have committed to the education of our future generations and there is good news, as there are certain benefits you might be entitled to when you start looking for a mortgage. Mortgages for Teachers can provide you with personlised underwriting allowing for variable income, various contract types and enhance…

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What Will a Mortgage Broker Want to Know?

Getting to the stage where you’re ready to speak to a mortgage broker is an exciting time. When you’re in the position to take out a mortgage, there are several things that a bank, building society or mortgage broker will ask you beforehand. While it may feel uncomfortable to discuss so many personal, financial questions,…

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8 Tips For Getting Onto The Property Ladder

Most of us dream of owning our own home at some point in our lives. If you’re like me, you dream of decorating each room to your personal taste and style, getting lost in homeware shops and spending your days creating and loving the space you’ve beautifully designed.  Now’s the time to stop daydreaming, and…

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What’s The Difference Between a Repayment Mortgage and An Interest-Only Mortgage?

Buying a house is an exciting time, but there’s a lot to think about and consider. Purchasing property is likely to be one of the biggest investments that you’ll make. One key decision during the process is how you’re going to repay your mortgage. For mortgages, there are two options: an interest-only or a repayment…

Can I get a mortgage with 1 Years accounts?

Being self-employed is a great feeling, the freedom to work how and when you want – and to top this off, you have made it to your business’s first birthday! So the question here is ‘Can I get a mortgage with 1 years accounts?’ So now you’ve made it, you are wanting to consider your mortgage…

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What Happens When You Sell a Shared Ownership Property?

If you’re thinking of selling your shared ownership home, here’s everything you need to know about the scheme. What is shared ownership? The shared ownership home scheme is when you buy a share of a property and pay rent on the rest. The share that you can buy is typically between 25% and 75%, however…

Can I get a mortgage if I'm a Foster Carer?

Can I Get A Mortgage If I’m A Foster Carer?

Great News for Foster Carers! Here at Robin Mortgage Design, we love to help people with all kinds of careers and vocations to achieve their property dreams. This includes our wonderful clients who have chosen to become Foster Carers! Does that mean I could get a mortgage based on my income as a foster carer?…

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