We would like to introduce you to our newest Mortgage and protection adviser…….
Following the stamp duty holiday, many homeowners are racing ahead with plans to move to a new property. If that’s you, you might be wondering how you…….
Many people overestimate their financial security, the average UK employee only has enough savings to last them 32 days if their current income stopped……
Research by Simplyhealth has revealed Britain’s “keep calm and carry on” culture, coupled with lengthy wait times for treatment and lack of access to healthcare, could be having a detrimental impact on the nation’s health, with mental wellbeing in particular a key area of concern.
Homeowners looking to convert their loft can expect to add an average of £11,000 to the price of their home, a new study has revealed. The latest research from Halifax found that on average people who have recently carried out home improvements report an average……..
Rightmove has announced its busiest ever month with visits to its website surpassing 150 million for the first time in January, making it the busiest month ever recorded as home-hunters looked to take advantage of a more certain political outlook.
New research from Barclays has revealed that 63 per cent of Brits admit they struggle to stay in control of their spending, with 39 per cent spending on unnecessary items simply out of boredom….in a bid to keep temptation at bay………….
A recent study from Sainsbury’s Bank reveals that renters are significantly less likely to have life insurance or critical illness cover, with just 26% of renters taking out a policy in comparison to 41% of homeowners…….
Owning a home is a common life milestone and something many British people prepare for. But figures released for Carers Rights Day reveal the stark reality that the average person can just as likely expect to become an unpaid carer for someone who is older, disabled or seriously ill – something that few people are prepared for.
How does the ease of using Google influence many of us in diagnosing illness? That’s a question Kolabtree posed in a survey to consumers to measure the impact of Google and new developments such as the NHS integration in Amazon’s Alexa.