Specialist holiday let mortgages, income protection insurance (and more!) in December’s Viewpoint

Specialist holiday let mortgages, income protection insurance (and more!) in December’s Viewpoint

It’s December’s edition of the Viewpoint newsletter:

Specialist mortgages and your holiday let

There are some important differences (and benefits!) between a Buy-to-Let (BTL) mortgage and a specialist mortgage designed for holiday lets. Download the PDF to learn more…

What is income protection?

In a nutshell, Income protection insurance pays out a percentage of your monthly income if you are unable to work. Find out more and if it might be right for you in this month’s newsletter…

What happens to your pension after you die?

A sobering thought, but an important one. Do you know what will happen to your pension(s) after you die? Learn about the difference between defined contribution and defined benefit schemes and guaranteed annuities.

 

Download the latest Viewpoint newsletter here

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**

Watsons Property

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