3.94% fixed for 5 years, £ 999 fee added up to 60% ltv. Secure for 5 years and no potential £ 1 k fees every 2 years. 2 and 3 year fixed rates are higher. Anything uder 4% seems decent at the moment imo
REMF 1 BHAFC supporters squad 9/11/2001, trying to reunite, please share
Simon Sebbage - found
Wayne Emerson - found
Gareth Glover - found
Richard Goodman - RIP
Ricky Marlowe - found
Bank base rate should peak at 4.50% to 4.75% and maybe come back down a bit in a couple of years time. A 5 year fixed rate is now edging down towards 4.00% - 4.50% depending on the loan to value which is the new normal
Fair enough, seen it twice now and my friend loved it as well. Maybe helps if you hero worship Spielberg but loads of 5 star reviews with the UK critics and a ripple of applause in the Worthing Dome and I guess people are liking it a lot in general. Maybe a bit niche to be a box office hit
The Fabelmans. I simply ADORED this film. My love of Spielberg gets stronger and stronger. Beautiful and Poignant. After following him for nearly 50 years to see his back story was incredible and a love story to Cinema. It rates a 94 out 100. It was simply Magnificent for me
Struggling myself but will see it. Ridiculous Spielberg has only won 2 best director Oscars so it could be 3 due to his body of work. Spielberg's peak for me was 1993-1996 with Schindler's List and Saving Private Ryan, with Jurassic Park thrown in for good measure. A master at the top of his...
Happy New Year!
Mortgages have been in the news more than ever over recent months due to interest rate uncertainty at a time when we're all trying to find ways to trim household outgoings.
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