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Try Financial supports Headway Suffolk

By: Barry Scott

We are pleased to announce our support for local charity, Headway Suffolk.

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Try Financial Marketing Strategy

By: Barry Scott

Through marketing partners Clear Mud Media, Try Financial were able to sit down, strategize and engage with a few new ways to attract new business and brand awareness in...

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A Guide to Shared Ownership

By: Barry Scott

With house prices still out pacing income and First Time Buyers (FTB) struggling to save the deposits then another option might be shared ownership.

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Consumer County Court Judgements Hold Steady

By: Barry Scott

The number of County Court judgments (CCJs) issued against consumers in England and Wales in the first half of 2019 rose just three percent, to 586,765, compared to the...

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Borrowers earning over £70k are still having problems securing a mortgage

By: Barry Scott

If you are fortunate enough to earn an above-average income, the conventional wisdom suggests that lenders are keen to provide a mortgage for your new home.

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Buying a first home could really be just a dream by 2026 for all but the well off

By: Barry Scott

The dream of home ownership for middle income Britain, individual buyers and those unable to draw on family wealth will be over in the next decade without urgent action,...

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First-time buyer confidence remains high

By: Barry Scott

UK Finance’s Mortgage Trends Update for May 2019 has revealed that there were 30,720 new first-time buyer mortgages completed during the month, 0.5% more than in the same month...

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More than half of landlords increased rents in June, says latest lettings report

By: Barry Scott

The number of tenants in the UK’s private rented sector experiencing rent rises increased to the highest figure on record in June, the latest report from letting agents show.

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Research reveals fewer two-up, two-down homes are being built

By: Barry Scott

The two-up, two-down house, which used to be a staple of the British housing market, is no longer popular with the number being built halved in the last 20...

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