Bloodthirsty Interest Rates

By chance, I witnessed a Stoat chasing a Moorhen at a sun-dried pond. The remarkably skillful hunter with staying-power and the courageous and resilient hunted was edge-of-the-seat viewing. I’ve previously seen this hunter doing the same with a Rabbit - which looked bizarre when the much larger prey fell to its hunter. The endless energy [...]

Buying Time

Today I’m a day older than I was yesterday and this month marks the bridge between two significant anniversaries for me this year: twenty-five years of self-employment and fifteen years since developing into Step-Up Finance. But there’s a problem with marking birth days – at a certain point in life, they become striking reminders of [...]

Waiting For The Right Time

Reports are suggesting that some mortgage market lenders are starting to increase their pricing rates to products which, based on the price of mortgage-backed securities (traded like Stocks) are already prone to change daily. It seems that finding a property, a lender with the right terms, and a mortgage rate to all come together is [...]

Rate My Business

Just as private resident council tax is levied upon private residential property, business rates are levied upon business properties. With hikes from last year’s revaluation they are viewed as disproportionally high by most business owners and are a contentious issue when considered against other business overheads and exacerbating challenging business conditions. Based on the value [...]
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