The much anticipated triggering of Article 50 this week will have far reaching implications for the UK’s economy, however, to know whether the ramifications will be positive or negative, you would need a crystal ball to determine.
The impact of exiting the EU on our nation is obviously a concern to us all, but Social Media search engine queries in recent weeks suggest that, as individuals, matters closer to home are becoming more worrying.
Data released this week by Google shows that searches that included the term “How will Brexit affect…?” reveal that ‘house prices’ and ‘mortgages’ queries outstripped more general economic issues, and with UK housing transaction down by around 9% since last year’s referendum, and Brexit uncertainty driving down house price growth in London, homeowners will be hoping for more positive news during the two-year withdrawal negotiations with Brussels.
Here at The Financial Planning Group we are helping local families protect themselves in the medium term by take full advantage of the very low two and five-year fixed rate mortgage deals that are currently available – in many cases saving our clients significant monthly expenditure and providing peace of mind.
The Financial Planning Group have access to the whole market with the ability to reserve a mortgage deal six months in advance to ensure the best rates are ring fenced for our clients.
As impartial independent financial advisers we help our clients make the right choices based on their personal circumstances and automatically provide our clients with a full review as soon as they become eligible to remortgage.
If you would like to speak about mortgage or re-mortgage products, or secure one of the record low deals that are currently available, please call Steve Padgman on 020 8614 4782 or email Steve.Padgham@fpgonline.co.uk