NEWS: Newsletter June 2020 – Covid-19 Update

Posted June 23, 2020

We’re currently busy working hard on behalf of our clients.

In the June issue of our bulletin, we cover the easing of lockdown, and opening up of the housing market in England. So, perhaps now’s the time to chat about your borrowing (and protection) needs, and possibly take advantage of the excellent mortgage deals on offer. Further aided by the Bank of England’s Base Rate sitting at 0.1%!*

Elsewhere in the bulletin, we provide an update on the wide range of financial support that’s already in place to help tackle the impact of COVID-19.

You can download a copy of our bulletin in full here – Newsletter June 2020

We hope you find the COVID-19 Update of use, and do get in touch if you have any questions.

Please contact one of our friendly advisers for assistance on 01270 620555 or email advice@watts-ifa.com.

Keep safe.



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Your property may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on a mortgage or any other debt secured on it.

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The FCA does not regulate some forms of mortgages. The FCA does not regulate taxation advice, trust advice and some forms of buy to let mortgages.

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