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26 May, 2021

Investment Market Update – 17th May 2021

Welcome to our latest investment market update, where we analyse the current market and global situation to bring you the latest news and how our advisers and experts are responding. Inflation concerns are currently the main factor driving markets. There is significant concern over this, particularly in the U.S where inflation numbers have surprised a […]

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5 May, 2021

Equity Release: 10 Top Tips

Equity release allows you to use some of the money tied up in the value of your home to get a tax-free lump sum. This money can then be spent on anything you choose, and many across the UK use it to renovate, to put towards retirement or even to leave to their families. However, […]

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28 Apr, 2021

How to Deal with Financial Stress: Stress Awareness Month 2021

April is National Stress Awareness Month in the UK, and the purpose of Stress Awareness Month is to bring awareness to the “current causes and effects of our modern stress epidemic”. Stress is a huge facet of many of our lives and is a massive contributor to poor mental health across the world, but stress […]

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21 Apr, 2021

5 Common Myths About Equity Release

The amount of people in the UK opting for equity release has increased substantially over the last few years but, understandably, there are still many questions surrounding it. You may have heard of equity release, but do you know what it is and when you might be eligible for it? In today’s blog, we’ll address […]

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14 Apr, 2021

9 Reasons Why Your Mortgage Might Get Declined

When looking to get a mortgage – whether your first, your second, or more – there’s always a level of anxiety around whether or not your applications will be accepted. The process of applying for mortgages can be overwhelming and waiting for answers can be even more so. Did you know that, according to the […]

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7 Apr, 2021

Mortgages 101: What You Need to Know

Buying a home is often the single biggest purchase we will make in our lifetimes, but for most of us it’s not as simple as buying something from a shop. The process of home-owning, buying and selling can be incredibly daunting, especially for those just starting out on the property ladder. That’s why we’ve put […]

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31 Mar, 2021

A Return to Inflation?

There are two main dynamics at play at the moment that we at Greenfields are monitoring closely. On one hand, there is the potential that there will be a large positive impact on economic growth, spurred by the combined effect of pent-up demand and the fiscal stimulus (increased government spending). On the other hand, there […]

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24 Mar, 2021

Mortgage News: How the Spring Budget Changes the Market

On the 3rd of March, Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak announced the 2021 UK budget, releasing news on all aspects of the country’s finances and looking forward after the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic. Within the budget announcement was news for those looking to buy or sell property in the next few months. There […]

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17 Mar, 2021

6 Reasons You Should See a Financial Adviser

Over the last few weeks on our Facebook page, we’ve been tackling various myths and misconceptions about financial advisers and the work we do. It’s easy to be overwhelmed with the idea of seeing an IFA if you’ve never considered it before, or even if no one in your family has. But there are plenty […]

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10 Mar, 2021

What You Need to Know About Retirement Planning in Your Twenties

When you’re in your twenties or thirties, retirement can seem like a lifetime away – and it often is. The average age for retirement in the UK currently is 66 which, if you’re in your twenties or thirties, is more than double your life up until this point. It’s for this reason that many younger […]

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