Are You Insured to Work from Home? (and more!) in February’s Viewpoint

Are You Insured to Work from Home? (and more!) in February’s Viewpoint

It’s the latest Viewpoint newsletter from our award-winning friends at Yellow Brick Mortgages. In this month’s Viewpoint newsletter:

Are You Insured to Work From Home?

For many of us, working from home was a rare thing, indeed. Of course, the pandemic has put paid to old attitudes and approaches about the importance of working from the office all week. This brief article will get you thinking about insurance for yourself and equipment when working from home.

Unlocking the Value in Your Home with Equity Release

If you are a homeowner and 55 or over, then equity release is a way to access some of the money tied up in your home. Whether to release some of your propery’s equity or not will ultimately depend on your personal circumstances so always speak to a trusted, financial adviser before making any big, financial decisions. Get across the basics of equity releases in this brief article.

 

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Contact your local Watsons branch and we’ll introduce you to one of the team at Yellow Brick Mortgages. Their services come highly-rated and they are our recommended mortgage broker. 

**Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up with your mortgage payments**

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