Moving home

First time buyers, Moving home

Escape to the country (or seaside, or suburbs)

With our eyes always on the property market, there’s a new trend that we’ve noticed emerging lately – and that’s a change in which spots
How covid 19 has change home buying process
First time buyers, Moving home

Looking to buy a home? Here’s how COVID-19 has changed the home buying process.

As home buying experts we work to stay as up to date on the current market as possible. So we are best positioned to help
Lifetise - Nested estate agent will pay you upfront

Beat the property chain – This estate agent will pay you upfront, before your house is sold

They say moving house can be one of the most stressful things you can experience in your life. It’s hard enough as a first-time buyer.
Online estate agent vs high street - Lifetise
Moving home, Remortgaging, Uncategorized

Online estate agents vs high street estate agents

Should I use an online estate agent to sell my home? When thinking of selling your house, one of the first questions you may be
Lifetise mortgage application guide - image by jan jakub nanista on unsplash
First time buyers, Remortgaging

How to apply for a mortgage: easy mortgage application guide

Hello and welcome to your guide on how to apply for a mortgage. Everything you need to know about the mortgage application process in one
bigger house or smaller mortgage - Lifetise
Moving home

Bigger house or smaller mortgage? What’s best when buying a new home

Bigger house or smaller mortgage: what's best when buying a new home? So, you’re thinking of buying your next home. If you are anything like
Lifetise - buying my next house what are my mortgage options

Buying my next house – what are my mortgage options?

We get this question a lot from our members who already have a home, but are looking to move. What happens to my mortgage when
New stamp duty rules for first time buyers
Moving home

New Stamp Duty Rates for First-Time Buyers

First-time buyers, rejoice! If you’re buying a property for less than £300,000, then you don’t have to pay any stamp duty. Saving you up to
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