At Mesa we do our utmost to keep up with movements and changes within the financial industry
Commercial lending to tighten – Seen this before …
Over the last few days I have seen a number of articles flying around noting that the buy to let market is still buoyant and actively growing. Now lets look at the figures which you really can’t argue with.
See how we assisted our international clients when they wanted to purchase a new apartment for their daughter.
This is a great example of bank and advisor working together to create the best outcome for the client.
For the last 6 years there has been so much noise about interest rates increasing.
I have watched the Brexit fiasco unfold, cringing the whole way.
So working as a mortgage broker we help a huge range of clients, from first time buyers to portfolio landlords to families upsizing and so on.
If you are looking to buy a property now or in the future, hopefully this guide can help.
The stagnant London market is really showing itself now, there could be a few more years to come.
As a number of high street giants fall to their knees, what does this mean for the rest of the companies still standing.
I don't usually like to write negative posts, especially in my own sector and especially in January.
There are a lot of rumours surrounding how difficult it is to obtain a mortgage if you are self employed, hopefully this clear things up a bit.
There are 3 huge reasons it is important you need see an advisor as soon as possible if you are currently a buy to let property owner.
The content in this article shows why it is extremely important to constantly review your financial situation, as a few tweeks could potentially save you an absolute fortune.
A great example of how we work hard to achieve the desired end result for our clients.
Just another hit to the property investment market.
The banks could soon lose control of their customers, all down to the fact they have waited too long to embrace technology.
Mesa Financial Consultants have just launched an updated website to help with the growth of our business.
It is no secret that over the last 5 years the retail banks have been rapidly decreasing their branch footprint.
First of all, if you are not in the finance world you are probably wondering what a trust is. A trust is a fiduciary arrangement that allows a third party, or trustee, to hold assets on behalf of a beneficiary or beneficiaries.
After recently going through MMR and now abiding to a lot of EU rules which has caused heightened regulation and caused frustration across the industry.
This post mainly relates to the buy to let market and as of late there has been a lot of changes in this business area.
So over the last couple of months we have seen a huge hit to the buy to let market.
Bridging finance can be used in various ways and it seems to be a product that people over look. I am assuming the main reason for this is again it is not common knowledge of exactly what is available.
As the MCD (mortgage credit directive) has now been implemented it seems fitting to write a piece on Second charge lending and how things have changed for this industry.
As discussed last week I was going to write a number of articles regarding the different ways of borrowing funds and this week I feel it seems right to write about the struggles that people face when trying to borrow more than a million.
So it seems the rest of the UK are still very unsure of what type of finances are available across a number of sectors.
I am writing this post to raise awareness for a charity I have recently started working with called Eikon.