Borrowing again after your DMP – the results are in!

Last month we asked you how you felt about borrowing again once your DMP is over. Your choices were: • yes, I see borrowing as an essential part of life, • yes, but I will be Read more

Borrowing again for Christmas

Here at Gregory Pennington, we understand that Christmas can be a tricky time financially. It’s not just the presents that make the Christmas bill mount up, there’s the extra food and drink to buy, decorations, going out, travelling to Read more

How will a rise in interest rates affect you if you’re a homeowner?

If you’ve been keeping an eye on the news lately, you might have seen that interest rates are set to rise in the ‘relatively near term.’ The Governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney, has suggested that the Read more

How will a rise in interest rates affect tenants?

If you’ve been following the news recently you might have seen that it’s very likely interest rates will rise soon. This means that some homeowners will see their mortgage payments go up, if they’re on a variable rate mortgage. Read more

What’s a refurbished phone?

With a price of around £1,000 the forthcoming iPhone X is the most expensive smartphone Apple has ever produced. And flagship models from other leading brands aren’t much cheaper. Rob Hilborn, Head of Strategy at Read more
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