Mortgage Videos

  • What kind of mortgage should you get?

    What kind of mortgage should you get?

    Updated: 20 September 2012

    MoneySupermarket editor, Clare Francis, explains the different varieties of mortgage deal and how to establish the best one for you.

  • First time buyers' jargon buster

    First time buyers' jargon buster

    Updated: 18 April 2012

    Know your loan to value from your Home Buyer's Report? What about your arrangement fee from your agreement in principle? If you are buying your first home, the associated terms and phrases can initially sound like a foreign language. Clare Walsh helps you get to grips with the jargon...

  • How to make your own budget cuts

    How to make your own budget cuts

    Updated: 21 March 2012

    As expected, there was little in terms of good news in this year's Budget and the nation's households continue to struggle to make ends meet. However, there are simple steps you can take which could save you a significant amount of money over the next 12 months...

  • Mortgages: SVRs explained

    Mortgages: SVRs explained

    Updated: 07 March 2012

    Millions of mortgage borrowers are paying their lender's standard variable rate (SVR), but Halifax's decision to increase its SVR is a timely reminder that these mortgage rates aren't directly linked to the Bank of England base rate. Clare Francis explains how they work and looks at the options for those currently on an SVR...

  • Making the most of your money in 2012

    Making the most of your money in 2012

    Updated: 21 December 2011

    In this video our experts explain how you can make the most of your money in 2012 by ensuring that you've got the best-value policies, products and tariffs for your needs...

  • What is an offset mortgage?

    What is an offset mortgage?

    Updated: 05 July 2011

    Andrew Lea, head of sales and service at First Direct, gives his help on what an offset mortgage is and whether or not its the right mortgage for you...

  • Time to fix your mortgage?

    Time to fix your mortgage?

    Updated: 01 June 2011

    With interest rates sure to rise soon we ask Andrew Lea, head of sales and service at First Direct, whether now is a good time to fix your mortgage...

  • Two years at 0.5% but will rates rise soon?

    Two years at 0.5% but will rates rise soon?

    Updated: 10 March 2011

    Against calls from some for it to be increased, the Bank of England base rate has been held at 0.5% for two years this month. But it will will have to rise eventually, so how would that affect people?

  • How to choose the best mortgage

    How to choose the best mortgage

    Updated: 07 October 2010

    How do you pick the best mortgage - is it the one with the lowest rate? Are you sure?

  • Beware the base rate mortgage time bomb

    Beware the base rate mortgage time bomb

    Updated: 09 September 2010

    The bank base rate has been held at 0.5% for 18 months now, but how much longer will this remain the case? Could you afford your mortgage repayments if they increased? 

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