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Mortgage Coach: Ultimate Guide for First-time Buyers, Homeowners Trading Up or Switching Mortgage

Mortgage Coach: Ultimate Guide for First-time Buyers, Homeowners Trading Up or Switching Mortgage
A practical guide for those house hunting, preparing for their mortgage application as well as mortgage switching. The Mortgage Coach is a confidence booster to those setting out on the mortgage journey.
Our Price: €14.99
ISBN/EAN9781781177389
Stock: 1
Publisher: The Mercier Press Ltd
Pub. Date: January 3 2020
Author: Sheahan, Joey
Format: Paperback
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A practical guide for
those house hunting, preparing for their mortgage application as well as
mortgage switching. The mortgage process can appear daunting but, armed with a
little knowledge and lots of expert advice, the journey from preparation to the
application through to approval and drawdown can be a smooth one. The recipe
for success is planning, The Mortgage Coach is
a confidence booster to those setting out on the mortgage journey.


The guidelines cover
the need for good preparation - from selecting the best mortgage, through to
the application, how to structure the deposit, how overpaying can work for you
and the essential need to review your mortgage regularly. The bonus is that
this book is written with refreshing clarity. Joey Sheahan has the interests of
the buyer at heart and puts emphasis on prioritising the long-term benefit
rather than the short-term gain. The reader gets the benefit of decades of
experience through practical steps, guidance through typical problem areas,
with tips and workarounds to get them on the road to mortgage success.
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