We offer solutions for unaffordable property debt.

At Negative Equity UK, when we meet our clients for the first time, they often tell us that they believe their situation is hopeless and they do not think there’s any way out of their debt situation. Many are worried that their debts will inevitable force them to go bankrupt. There are, however, a range […]

Universal Credit continuing to hit landlords’ finances.

The roll out of the government’s flagship benefit reform is causing financial difficulties for landlords as tenants receiving Universal Credit struggle to budget for rent and face delays in payments. Universal Credit is intended to simplify the existing benefits system by consolidating a range of benefits, including housing benefit, into a single monthly payment. Previously […]

At CD Fairfield, we recently sponsored Noireland, Ireland’s first three day crime fiction festival, organised by No Alibis independent bookshop. We supported Noireland in organising a series of creative writing workshops with leading crime writers to develop a new generation of local authors and screenwriters. With more than 2000 people attending the festival, organiser David […]

Credit card debt spiralling out of control?

Northern Ireland has a serious debt problem. According to research by debt charity Step Change, the average amount of debt in Northern Ireland has now reached £14,367 and it’s growing. Credit card debt is the most common form of unsecured debt people here are struggling with, with more than two thirds, 67.2%, of people who […]

More than a third of house sellers cutting asking price.

According to the latest housing market data published by Rightmove, 37% of sellers with properties already on the market have reduced their asking price since first listing, the highest rate in five years for this time of year. Sellers are reducing asking prices by 0.8% on average, but Rightmove suggests that these reductions may still […]