Having inherited a property in the South West which was uninhabitable, Chris and his sister Julie were not having any luck trying to sell up. They were facing the burden of a long-term empty property and were nearing the time limit for paying extra council tax which...
Miss P, 62, of Kingsbridge bought her home in 1994 when she was working full time. In the last few years her health has deteriorated meaning she was unable to continue working and her income reduced dramatically. When the roof of her home started to leak, she was...
“Who knew the council had loans for homeowners? I certainly didn't! But I am glad I found out about the home improvement loan scheme through a friend. I was able to borrow £3,600 to replace my windows and guttering and will have manageable monthly repayments. My old windows were old, some didn't close properly and even more worryingly, some didn't open. Luckily, I knew a local window company, a one man band really, and got a reasonable quote for the work. Applying for the loan was straightforward and my adviser explained everything to me fully. Although I have some savings, using the loan to spread repayments of my home repairs means I have peace of mind knowing I have an ‘emergency fund’”. Mrs W, Devon.
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Wessex Resolutions C.I.C.: a community interest company limited by guarantee, registered in England, company number 4512225. Registered address: Heatherton Park Studios, Bradford on Tone, Taunton TA4 1EU.
‘Wessex Loans’ and ‘Wessex Home Improvement Loans’ are trading names used by this company.
Wessex Resolutions C.I.C is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (675263) for credit and debt-related regulated activities.