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    Best mortgages? Where?

    Any tip? Note that I don't see any noticeable difference in the lenders.:rolleyes

    #2
    Franco, pack in the permie job and get a contract. You won't need a mortgage then.

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      #3
      Best meaning what exactly? Most flexible, lowest standard rate, best deal (e.g. capped, discounted) or what?

      www.moneyfacts.co.uk/menus/main/selections_mortgages.htm

      Disclaimer - DP is in no way affiliated to any lenders or brokers. Your home is at risk if you set fire to it.

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        #4
        "pack in the permie job and get a contract. You won't need a mortgage then"

        Always good to have a mixture of own and borrowed capital. Otherwise, you lose on the potential revenues. Only someone with small business acumen like Milan would only count on his own patrimony.

        I am a a contractor in a long-term contract, pls. *

        *Although it makes you feel strange that someone is rating you. I guess you are supposed to be better to rate someone. Therefore, we should have contractors rating permies but that would never happen.

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          #5
          Always good to have a mixture of own and borrowed capital
          Each to his own, Franco, but I am very content to have no mortgage and no debt beyond whatever Mrs Lucifer has spent on her cards this month, and feel no real need to acquire any borrowed capital.

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            #6
            no debt beyond whatever Mrs Lucifer has spent on her cards this month
            You have married my wife, and I claim my fiver.

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              #7
              feck's sake Franco,

              the nail in the coffin to endless bliss as a permy....

              a mortgage !

              next you'll be buying your car on the never never too

              Milan.

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                #8
                You have married my wife, and I claim my fiver.
                Do you want her back?

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                  #9
                  3 entries found for patrimony.
                  pat·ri·mo·ny ( P ) Pronunciation Key (ptr-mn)
                  n. pl. pat·ri·mo·nies

                  An inheritance from a father or other ancestor.
                  An inheritance or legacy; heritage.
                  An endowment or estate belonging to an institution, especially a church.


                  that's where you're wrong Franco,

                  whatever I have achieved is made from my own work thanks.

                  Milan.

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                    #10
                    "but I am very content to have no mortgage and no debt beyond"

                    No pain no gain

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