Let’s chat mortgages

When I mentioned Mr. Thrifty and I were buying a house I had heaps of comments, emails and tweets asking for mortgage advice or about the ins and outs of securing finances to buy a house. 
To be honest when it comes to mortgages I’m as clueless as it comes and as a result, I have found house buying incredibly stressful. With that in mind I’m teaming up with Gocompare.com for a mortgage discussion on Twitter where I’ll be desperately asking for mortgage tips and tricks and you can join in too!
If you’re just getting started with mortgages, interested in bagging a better deal or considering moving up the ladder Gocompare.com’s mortgage expert Matt Sanders will be on hand, along with London and Country to answer your questions.
So if you’re clueless about mortgages or just want to know more, join in with the #GoCoMoneyTalks Twitter chat at 8-9pm on Wednesday March 12th.
How to join in:
- Leave your mortgage questions for our experts.
- Make sure you’re following me @AThriftyMrsUK and @Gocompare on Twitter so you see the whole discussion.
- Show up on Twitter on March 12th at 8pm.
- Use the hashtag #Gocomoneytalks to tweet mortgage tips and questions.
And to get your new home in tip-top condition Gocompare.com will be giving away some Ikea vouchers!  All you need to do is leave a mortgage question for Matt at the bottom of this post or email [email protected], in the days leading up to the chat and you could win 1 of 4 £20 vouchers. One winner, who has retweeted the twitter chat invitation and followed @Gocompare, will also win a £20 Ikea voucher. And keep your eyes peeled during the chat as there will also be 2 chances to win a £50 Ikea voucher so you can go Billy bookcase mad!

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P.S. Chat soon!

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  1. Cool idea – I’ll be there!!

  2. This sounds like a really good idea. I have a question: Is it better to stay with a bank you have been loyal to and who knows your financial history?

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