A Glimpse into Homebuying in 2024 with Perenna

2024 is shaping up to be a year of housing changes. 20 December 2023 by Abi Walker

Join us as we look at trends that are changing the way we live and buy homes. 

From countryside living to flexible housing, find out how Perenna is here to make homeownership simpler. 

Rural Living 

More people are working from home. As a result, living close to the workplace isn’t as much of a priority for some. This raises the demand for homes in the countryside. Are you fed up of the big city? Dreaming of a rural life? Why not see if a Perenna mortgage can help?   

London house sales decline 

London’s home buying is slowing down. Could neighbouring and more northern cities be more attractive options? During 2023, we’ve already seen an increase in investors looking to northern cities such as Manchester, Leeds and Liverpool for better rental yields. Is this a trend that will stay?   

Greener living 

More people want eco-friendly living. And we want to help people make greener choices. So, we’re working hard behind the scenes to create a product that does just that. Read about Green Mortgages here. 

Flexible homes for life 

The home office rarely existed a few years ago. And post covid, it is becoming the norm. We’ve all seen that when life changes, so can your home. But it doesn’t need to stop with your home. Your mortgage can be flexible too.

Perenna offers long-term and adaptable mortgages. This means borrowers can fix their rate for up to 40 years, so they know exactly what they must pay each month for their whole mortgage term. No teaser rates, no rising payments, no shocks. 

As your lifestyle evolves, we make sure your homeownership journey is as flexible as you need it to be. With early repayment charges for only five years, customers are given the best of both worlds – certainty and flexibility. 

See if Perenna can help 

Find out how we can help. Use our calculator to find out how much you could borrow. 

You may lose your home if you don’t keep up your mortgage repayments.