• BREXIT – What happens next?

    Today marks a truly momentous day in Britain’s history. The public vote in favour of leaving the EU has come as a fair shock to many people and has already sent some unwelcome ripples of fear and trepidation through our financial markets.

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  • One week countdown - Brexit

    A vote either way will at least cast some degree of certainty over the many unanswered questions related to our economic position in Europe; which is something of a silver lining against all the recent fear and uncertainty driven by media warnings of prolonged market turbulence and a sudden house price crash.

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  • Divorce and your mortgage

    Going through divorce is challenging enough without having to worry about the likely implications for your mortgage. There are a few things to keep in mind as well as some precautionary measures to take so that you do not end up adversely affecting your credit status or having your home repossessed.

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  • Are you correctly insured?

    Competitive pricing may mean that the extent of cover is not as vast as you would hope in times of need, of course the level of insurance will vary from person to person, but there are a few key points to double check to make sure you are correctly insured.

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  • Post April 2016 Stamp Duty Land Tax Recap

    Tax bands at a glance - Post April 2016. Stamp Duty Land Tax has changed such that, as of April 1st 2016, all additional properties costing over £40,000 and over, will be subject to a 3% duty surcharge.

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  • Private Finance case studies

    We have compiled a selection of case studies, all produced by our own brokers to show the varying situations and complexities of our clients’ requirements that we have found solutions to.

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© Private Finance Limited, 2016. Private Finance provides independent mortgage advice and arranges individual mortgage solutions for clients. Private Finance is a trading style of Private Finance Ltd, 21 Bedford Square, London WC1B 3HH, registered in England no. 3855776 and Private Finance Associates LLP (PFA LLP) of the same address, registered in England no. OC357301. PFA LLP is an Appointed Representative of Private Finance Ltd. Charges are based on the loan amount and the complexity of your needs and circumstances. Our maximum fee is 1% however typically our average fee has been 0.28%, i.e. £980 on a loan of £350,000. Private Finance Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA registration number 310566).

Private Finance Ltd is rated 4.93 stars by Reviews.co.uk based on 139 merchant reviews

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139 Reviews
Tim Nye found us a mortgage very quickly that suited us down to the ground after we had just about given up because our personal circumstances made high-street mortgages impossible. He was very knowledgeable and offered us several viable options. Tim and his team then ensured that the whole application process was remarkably efficient and painless. I would not hesitate to use him again or to recommend him to family and friends.
Very proactive engagement on our mortgage needs. Listened attentively, followed-up and explained choices in detail. Ultimately, the mortgage offer provided was an excellent product and the service was excellent.
Shaun and Sarah were really helpful throughout the process and made it very simple and efficient
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