If you are experiencing financial difficulty and struggling to make repayments, then you can contact your lender who may be able to help taking account of your individual circumstances. You may want to contact one of the free impartial money guidance and debt advice services such as StepChange, Citizens Advice, or Turn2Us.

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Life insurance, also known as term insurance or life assurance will provide a sum of money in the event of death during the term of the policy.

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A Critical Illness plan is designed to pay out a lump sum on the diagnosis of certain specified illnesses.

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Income Protection

An Income Protection plan is designed to pay out a regular income in the event you are unable to work due to an accident or illness.

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Family Income Benefit

Family Income Benefit is a life insurance policy which is set for a period of time known as the term.

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Buildings Insurance

Having buildings insurance is mandatory when taking a mortgage, regardless of whether you’re buying a property or re-mortgaging.

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Contents Insurance

Contents Insurance covers the loss of or damage to the contents of your home. This includes your furniture, electrical goods and other items within your home.

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Your property may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage


Are you looking to move home?
Discover how much you could afford to borrow and the fees you will pay. Source the most suitable options from a comprehensive range of over 65 lenders across the market not just your current lender. How much your monthly mortgage payments are likely to be



To help you to make the right decision we have put together our Top Tips for first time buyers
Buying your first home can be a very exciting albeit daunting experience which is why it is important to get the right advice at the very start. There are many different mortgage products to choose from so it is important to get the solution that meets your needs.



Why Remortgage?
Your existing mortgage deal may be coming to an end and you're about to move onto the lenders standard variable rate which could result in an increase in your monthly mortgage payments. Remortgaging before your term ends could potentially save you money by switching to another deal or another lender.



How do buy to let mortgages differ from residential mortgages?
Whether you’re becoming a landlord for the first time or you’re looking to expand an existing portfolio you will need to take out a buy to let mortgage rather than a standard residential mortgage. A buy to let mortgage is specifically for people who are buying a property to rent out to a tenant or tenants.