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If your existing Nottingham Building Society mortgage deal is coming to an end, our advisers will help you move onto your next mortgage.
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One million people have opened a Help to Buy: ISA to help them onto the housing ladder when they buy their first home. What’s in it for you?
If you’re looking for a mortgage, want to pay for something in instalments or get a new credit card, the lender will want to be sure they can trust you to pay them back. Here are the main factors which can make lenders think twice about your application.
The idea of buying to let can bring out the Rumpelstiltskin in us.It sounds like an opportunity to spin gold out of straw: get a house, move a tenant in, let their rent pay the mortgage, give them a decent place to live, and pocket a tidy profit.
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