In recent times it appears to be harder than ever to get that first step onto the property ladder. In the last 30 years house prices have increased a staggering 554%, so it may come as a surprise that first-time buyer mortgage figures have hit their highest level in a decade, according to data by Yorkshire Building Society.
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Bondholder Oviso Financial Services the mortgage and insurance advisors, have helped clients with deals worth a staggering £52m in 2018 so far, thanks to Derby’s buoyant property market.
Here at OVISO we recognise that buying a house can seem a rather daunting process. With so many mortgage options to choose from along with so many things to consider, it can seem very confusing! So, to help you out we’ve prepared a handy guide.
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For just one pound extra per month, our client has cleared their debts, protected their family and obtained a better interest rate.
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