Posts Tagged ‘debt’

£54,000 Saving & Burden lifted

£54,000 Saving & Burden lifted

Our client, in this case, was recently a separated, parent of three. They had been struggling for some time with mortgage repayments and made the decision to appoint us at Bell and Company to lift some of the weight off. The client had a crystallised shortfall of £60,000 split between a major high street lender…

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£65,000 Saving & Home Protected

£65,000 Saving and Home Protected

Our client, in this case, had been unable to maintain the payments on her mortgage and had developed huge arrears in an extended period of financial difficulty. The property in question was a 2nd property, which was tenanted. Bell & Company upon initial consultation advised the client on a consensual sale however the lender in…

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Eviction avoided & £200,000 shortfall settled for 10%

Our clients had found themselves in increasingly distressing circumstances and were due to be evicted from their family home. The bank had given the family 10 days to vacate their home before it was repossessed due to arrears on the mortgage. We have developed a great relationship with this particular lender over our years in…

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Tricky Shortfall of £40,000 settled for £8,000

Tricky Shortfall of £40,000 settled for £8,000

Our client, in this instance, had been with Bell & Company for several years. They had simply invested at the wrong time, just before the property crash of 2008. He owned a problematic buy-to-let property portfolio and had a number of properties now in negative equity. The client’s lender, who are notoriously difficult and reluctant…

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Personal Guarantee – Now I’ve received a Statutory Demand!

Personal Guarantee

Personal Guarantee A call on a personal guarantee can be very stressful but it may be managed with meaningful, professional engagement with the creditor. If it is ignored or the wrong representation is made, often by ‘misplaced help’, then the situation can quickly deteriorate. Statutory demand Very often the creditor will issue a Statutory Demand,…

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Will I Lose My Home in Bankruptcy?

Will I Lose My Home

Will I Lose My Home in Bankruptcy? The Fear What’s the biggest fear about bankruptcy or personal insolvency? Ask anyone who has faced this trial and you will get the same answer: losing your home. When you look at your debt situation and accept it is unmanageable it is practically certain that ‘Is my home…

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Don’t let your PRIDE get in the way of your FUTURE!

Pride

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. But don’t let your PRIDE get in the way of your FUTURE. While people…

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Are you sitting on a mortgage time bomb?

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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…

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Do you recognise the signs of Corporate Insolvency?

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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…

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