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For most people, arranging their mortgage can be stressful and time consuming. At Taylor Milburn, we aim to take all the stress away from our clients. We offer whole of market mortgage advice with fully qualified mortgage professionals on hand to recommend the most suitable mortgage to meet your individual needs.

Considerations for FTBs

June 10th, 2024|Client information, Mortgage Market News|

CONSIDERATIONS FOR FTBS Getting onto the property ladder has always been a challenge, but perhaps even more so at the moment. A report has found that it is currently the most expensive time to be a first-time buyer (FTB) in over 70 years1.  Managing [...]

Housing market – a spring update

May 29th, 2024|Client information|

HOUSING MARKET - A SPRING UPDATE The first few months of 2024 showed some promise for a housing market which is stabilising following a challenging period for buyers and sellers alike. So, with spring well under way, how is the property market faring at [...]

Don’t cancel your protection

April 22nd, 2024|Client information, Family protection|

DON'T CANCEL YOUR PROTECTION With all the economic uncertainty, we understand that it might feel tempting to cut costs where you can by cancelling protection. But it’s more important than ever to have the appropriate cover now so you don’t pay a bigger price [...]

Review your 2024 resolutions

March 6th, 2024|Client information|

REVIEW YOUR 2024 RESOLUTIONS Have you managed to stick to your new year resolutions? Undertaking a protection and mortgage review should be top of a financial to-do list for the coming year. But don’t worry if you haven’t tackled this task yet, just try [...]

Why life insurance is for everyone

December 12th, 2023|Uncategorised|

WHY LIFE INSURANCE IS FOR EVERYONE Life insurance can be a crucial safety net for people at all life stages, but fewer than four in ten currently have a policy in place in the UK1. If you are one of the 63% without life [...]

Home insurance against accidents

November 21st, 2023|Client information, HOME INSURANCE|

HOME INSURANCE AGAINST ACCIDENTS Accidental damage and escape of water are the most common home insurance claims1. While we often think of threats like theft or fire, this research reveals that more home insurance claims result from clumsiness than malice. Of 76,518 claims made [...]

Spookily Good Money Saving Tips for this Halloween

October 30th, 2023|Uncategorised|

SPOOKILY GOOD MONEY SAVING TIPS FOR THIS HALLOWEEN Halloween is just around the corner, and while it’s a spooktacular time for children, it can also be a frightful hit to your wallet. But fear not! With a bit of creativity and some clever planning, [...]

What happens if I can’t pay my mortgage?

October 26th, 2023|Uncategorised|

WHAT HAPPENS IF I CAN'T PAY MY MORTGAGE? Throughout 2023, it’s estimated that 1.8 million fixed-rate mortgage deals will expire1. With mortgage rates at their highest in 15 years2, many of those who remortgage will see their repayments increase sharply. Understanding your options You [...]

The importance of protection

August 25th, 2023|Client information, Family protection|

THE IMPORTANCE OF PROTECTION Everybody knows that life has a funny way of turning out differently to how we expect it to. When faced with the unpredictable twists and turns of fate, it is comforting to have the support of the right protection policy [...]

Payouts and policies rise in 2022

July 26th, 2023|Client information, Family protection|

PAYOUTS AND POLICIES RISE IN 2022 Insurers supported people experiencing bereavement, illness, or injury to the tune of £6.85bn in 2022, according to latest figures from the Association of British Insurers (ABI). Upwards trend This total includes payouts from group and individual protection policies. [...]

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You may have an early repayment charge with your current lender and should check before re-mortgaging. We would always advise you to think carefully before securing other debts against your home.

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

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