As you shop for your dream home, the new lender will likely require a valuation to ensure they're comfortable providing you with a mortgage. Furthermore, conducting an in-depth survey on the property can help
If you have bad credit, you might think that it’s impossible for you to get a mortgage. But this doesn’t have to be true.
Everybody knows that to get a mortgage, you need a good credit score. But how does it all work? Read Credibble's explainer to learn more.
Lifetime ISAs, or LISAs, are a popular savings product offered by banking firms. Here's all you need to know about the risks and benefits.
As the New Year approaches, you might be thinking about budgeting. Here's a few tips & tricks for managing your money effectively!
As we ring in the New Year, you might be taking stock of your financial health. Here are a few suggestions for New Year's resolutions.
Ever wondered why you have to pay Council Tax? Credibble has a rundown of all the facts and history of the one tax nobody can get away from.
In Britain, there is a growing interest in building your own home. Here's Credibble's guide to self-build to help you with the ins and outs.
There are many home ownership schemes designed to help buyers buy their first homes. This guide could help you find one that's right for you.
Before you go through with taking out a joint mortgage with a friend or partner, it's important to consider all the what ifs.
If you're a first-time buyer you might hear "freehold" and "leasehold" mentioned a lot. But what is a leasehold? And does it matter?
Buying at auction is not for the timid. For the bold and intrepid, however, it can be very rewarding. Here's what you need to know.
Many first-time buyers make the mistake of assuming that their credit score is everything. Not so. Here are a few other things to consider.
Energy performance certificates, or EPCs, are one of the most overlooked, yet important parts of buying a house. Just what are they, anyway?
The COVID-19 pandemic has had negative effects on the housing market. Here's our take on the situation and a consideration of what to do next.