A document detailing the costs and charges for a particular service or services.
The period of time between the start and finish of the mortgage loan.
A life insurance policy that provides a lump sum in the event of the death of the policyholder during a specified period.
A property whose major structural components are constructed from wood, rather than brick, stone or concrete. Typically a lender will charge more for a mortgage on a timber-framed property.
The document that confirms the right of possession to an area of land.
An insurance policy against any loss resulting from defects of title to a specifically described parcel of property.
An investigation, carried out by a conveyancer or solicitor, into the history of ownership of a property. The search will check for liens, unpaid claims, restrictions or any other problems that may affect ownership.
A type of mortgage whereby any changes in the rate of interest charged follow exactly ('track') another, specified, interest rate. Typically a tracker mortgage will track the Bank of England base rate.