Episode 12 – Village living, flaky drifting & other stories

A mortgage is the biggest debt you would ever take out, so does the ‘debt is bad’ general rule apply? In this episode, Cathi and Jo explore spending somebody else’s money instead of yours and whether there is another way. With refreshing honesty on mortgage mistakes from our hosts and guest Luke Hartley (Hartley Ross).  

This episode’s stories take us to Italy, France and beyond, and this whistle-stop world tour of mortgages also addresses worries surrounding the current market, with further insight added by Luke.

Amongst ever so slightly too much window talk, discover why a COVID/Survey sandwich doesn’t taste very nice and why checking for Japanese knotweed is the least of your worries.

About the author, Cathi Harrison

Having "fallen into finance" fresh out of university, Cathi has spent the last 15 years firstly discovering financial services, and more latterly trying to change it. Her mission is to make people realise what a fascinating and fun world it is to engage with, and work in. And to drink wine while doing it.

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