Property Purchase Jargon-Buster, Consolidate Your Pensions (and more!) in January’s Viewpoint

Property Purchase Jargon-Buster, Consolidate Your Pensions (and more!) in January’s Viewpoint

It’s the first Viewpoint newsletter of the year from our friends at Yellow Brick Mortgages. In this month’s edition:

Property Purchase Jargon-Buster

From agreement in principle and loan-to-value to freehold and leasehold, it’s all covered in this list of terms you’re likely to come across when buying a property and what they actually mean.

Time to Consolidate Your Pensions?

Employer pensions can accumulate as you change jobs, and it’s easy to lose track of how much each one contains. In this edition we explore
what you need to know if you’re thinking about consolidating your pensions.

Insurance to Consider When Moving Home

Moving home can be a hectic and exciting time, but don’t forget about protection – taking out the appropriate insurance policies can save
you a lot of stress in the long term.


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. 

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