The team at Bell and Company have a highly specialised team who deal with all aspects of Property Debt Issues in particular; Negative Equity issues. We pride ourselves on providing options for our clients who at times, find it hard to make informed decisions when burdened with property debt.
We work with all financial institutions in a way that looks to positively resolve the situation for our Client and this in turn invariably is the best outcome for lenders and creditors.
We have developed an excellent team who understand the circumstances borrowers find themselves in. We empathise with their situation, and together with our detailed knowledge of how each lender operates, the team can offer independent advice tailored to the client’s situation. Bell & Company are proud of the savings and settlements we achieve on a regular basis for our clients allowing them to move on with their lives.
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A financial advisory company that specializes in dealing with personal and professional insolvency is warning how a state bank’s decision to sell off troublesome and underperforming loans could result in thousands of people losing their home. Bell and Company are keen to alert homeowners in the North that are likely to be affected by Permanent…Read More
In this day and age, owning your own property is a luxury that many people will never experience… With rising interest rates and the cost of living and property rising each, many millennials are turning to renting as their only option, when they fly from the safe and secure nest of their home with their…Read More
Running your own business is both stressful and time-consuming and as a CEO or director, it is fairly easy to get caught up in the day to day tasks and not realise the fact that your company is hurtling towards the disaster that is corporate insolvency. Corporate insolvency is when your businesses financial circumstances mean…Read More
If you follow the news you’ll probably be aware of the Carillion collapse, which has resulted in the UK’s second-largest construction company buckling, due to a colossal £1.5 million debt pile. Despite numerous discussions taking place between the company, its lenders and the government, nothing could be done to save Carillon, who employ around 20,000…Read More
Debt Strategy experts Bell & Company weigh in on the insolvency figures from 2017 and consider what 2018 may have in store.
With the New Year just starting, Bell & Company, are keen to decipher the insolvency figures from 2017, and consider what they may mean for 2018. According to statistics released by The Insolvency Service, an estimated 4,152 companies entered insolvency during the third quarter of 2017. While this number may seem significant, this number has actually…Read More
With 2018 in full swing, many of us are focussing on staying on track when it comes to achieving the resolutions that we set for ourselves this year. For a lot of people that means tackling debt that may have crept up to higher levels over the festive period. With presents to buy and more…Read More
If you own your own company, the word insolvency is unlikely to be one that you associate with anything positive. Under the British law, a company is considered to be insolvent if it is unable to pay its debts, even after selling all of its assets. While insolvency is an undesirable situation to find yourself…Read More
The Positives of Bankruptcy The word bankruptcy tends to fill most people with feelings of dread. It’s hard to deny the fact that the word has typically negative connotations and is usually associated with financial chaos and the diminishing reputations of those associated with it. While people tend to only focus on the negative aspects…Read More
If you are dealing with negative equity, it’s likely that you are worried about what the future will hold for you in terms of finance. Negative equity is when a property is worth less than the mortgage secured on it, and it’s normally caused by falling property prices. If you are currently faced with negative…Read More
What does the Autumn Budget mean for house prices? As soon as the budget is introduced, most people are quick to question how it may affect them, with one of the main areas of concern being house prices. The housing crisis is, of course, something that most of us are affected by, and with Theresa…Read More