(PRWEB) December 23, 2007
The leading specialist mortgage review website, The Offset Mortgage Centre, is pleased to announce the recent publication of their guide to comparing flexible loans, titled 'Self Building Or Investing: We Compare Flexible Loans'. The guide, which is available for free on their website (http://www.offsetmortgagecentre.co.uk), looks at flexible loans for people in an unusual financial situation or who are doing something out of the ordinary with a home purchase, and can be found here: http://www.offsetmortgagecentre.co.uk/compare-flexible-loans.html.
"There are an abundance of offset mortgages, current account mortgages and flexible mortgages on the market to suit almost every situation", said Terry Ruddy, Online Marketing Director at The Offset Mortgage Centre, "but for investors and self-builders there's far fewer flexible loan products to compare".
The piece begins by explaining the types of flexible loans that are available to self-builders and the difference between a flexible loan and the more traditional self build mortgage. It then goes on to explain the applicable benefits, fees and general terms.
The guide then explains the options available to those who prefer to invest in property rather than build from scratch. Again, comparisons are made between the usual buy to let type mortgages and the new, flexible options.
Whether building a home from scratch or buying a property to let, there's plenty of choice when home builders and investors are ready to compare flexible loans.
About The Offset Mortgage Centre
The Offset Mortgage Centre is a non profit website designed to provide a comprehensive resource for visitors interested in gaining more flexibility, saving money or reducing the term of their home finance.
The goal of the website is to educate the mortgage layman in the concept, features, benefits and negative aspects of a Flexible or Offset Mortgage.
For more information on how to compare flexible loans, please visit http://www.offsetmortgagecentre.co.uk/compare-flexible-loans.html.