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100,000 and counting: Thinking Outside the Blog hits major milestone

Adrian Moloney


Adrian Moloney - Group Sales Director

Published 15.10.2021

What with everything that’s happened over the past 18 months or so, you’d be forgiven if the events of April 2018 don’t immediately spring to mind.

If you’re a Liverpool fan, like me, you’ll probably remember looking forward to the Champions League final against Real Madrid (although I’d prefer to forget about the result). A few of you might recall the government announcing that all privately rented homes in the UK were required to have a minimum energy performance rating of E. But I doubt if any of you’ll recollect the first Thinking Outside the Blog.

Launched quietly back on the 18 April 2018, it’s since gone on to be viewed more than 100,000 times. In the last three-and-a-half years, the blog has featured more than 120 articles about what’s happening here at Precise Mortgages, the latest news and developments from the wider mortgage sector, and guest articles from some of the best-known names from around the industry.

To celebrate reaching this milestone, I thought I’d share with you the five most popular blog posts from the past year, just in case you missed them the first time around.

  1. Mythbusting with Morris: Why landlords who miss the EICR deadline could be in for a nasty shock
  2. 2 things you need to know about the new Help to Buy scheme
  3. Reduced validation requirements for 5 year plus fixed rate buy to let mortgages
  4. Why blended ICRs could help your customer get the loan size they need
  5. Has your landlord customer discovered Refurbishment Buy to Let?

If you’re new to Thinking Outside the Blog and wondering what all the fuss is about, click here to take a look at the full archive of articles.

A big thank you to everyone who’s supported the blog over the years and for all your feedback. We hope you find the content useful, but if you’ve got any suggestions for things you’d like to see covered in future articles please email us at [email protected]

 

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