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Stamp Duty Cuts Announced

The Chancellor has today announced a stamp duty holiday to start immediately and run until 31st March 2021. Under the changes, homebuyers will now pay no stamp duty on their main homes up to the £500,000 threshold. The average stamp duty saving will be £4,500, with nine out of ten buyers this year now paying […]

June Newsletter

With many mortgage lenders resuming physical valuations on properties in England, the property market seems to be breathing back into life. Coupled with the majority of housebuilders returning to building sites, there is renewed hope for whatever stage of property ownership you’re at.  As the property market returns gradually there may be delays from lenders […]

March Newsletter

At Warren & Co, we pride ourselves on the service we provide, and this still stands, even in the current situation. Our dedicated team and advisors are on hand to answer your questions, help with cases, advise on our products and much more. Ensuring we’re abiding by the social distancing and self-isolation guidance from the […]

Lender Updates: Nationwide and Mortgage Works

Do you have a remortgage or purchase going through with Nationwide or The Mortgage Works at the moment? Each day we will be posting updates from each lender that may apply to your mortgage.. – Nationwide and The Mortgage Works are arranging desktop valuations where possible, meaning a full property inspection is not necessary at […]

10 Step Homebuyers Guide

Buying a home can be a stressful and confusing time. This step-by-step guide is designed to support andinform you throughout your mortgage application through to completion: 1. Consultation with adviser – We will assess your requirements and find the right mortgage for you. 2. Protection – An essential not an extra, to ensure you are […]

Additional benefits of General Insurance

Whether you live in a one bedroom flat or a five-bedroom detached house, you’ve worked hard to make your house your home, so it’s important to have the correct protection in place in case something should go wrong. Though you might believe the unthinkable would never happen to you, what if it did? Firstly, if […]

Why are current mortgage rates so low?

Despite what some commentators are describing as a flat economic and mortgage market, many of you across the country are still finding ways to purchase your dream home. Whether you’re a first-time buyer, home mover or buy-to-let investor, now may actually be a great time to consider your options. This is because of the current […]

Additional costs of buying a house

You’ve found the home of your dreams and it’s within your budget, whether you’re a first-time buyer or a home mover it feels like a dream come true! But have you prepared for the additional costs of purchasing your new home? There are a number of hidden costs associated with buying a property that you […]