KRS230776 wrote: »
I agree, my personal balance sheet is looking a bit grim, but I am in this for the long haul. As crazy as this sounds, I'm happy to service a huge debt mountain if it means keeping my current house; I've been doing it for the last 5-6 years so I'm pretty used to it. Doing as you have suggested (e.g. renting and paying off my debts) is certainly a consideration if all else fails.
I went on moneysupermarket.com and that came up with about 18 products, most of which were with The Post Office. The best of these is detailed below:Provider: Post Office Mortgages
Actual cost over 2 years: £25,552.72
Initial Interest Rate: 5.45% then 3.49%
Initial Monthly Payment: £1,050.53
Mortgage Type: Fixed
Overall Cost For Comparison: 3.9%
I haven't progressed this further yet. How do people rate Post Office Mortgages?
New plans have just been announced by the Government
DON'T assume your landlord covers you
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