Residential Mortgage Advice
Are you moving to a new house or buying for the first time, or you are remortgaging? We can help.
Our professional and experienced advisers offer a free, no-obligation chat to discuss your specific needs. Our search of the full market often offers exclusive rates and lenders not available to clients direct. Ensuring we can find the most suitable mortgage for you.
We aim to make the process of arranging a mortgage as smooth as possible. Whether you are looking for a simple step by step guidance on what mortgage is right for you or you are moving up the housing ladder.
Whatever your situation, we handle each case with the same care and attention as though it was our own property.
We are regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), so you can be assured that the advice we give is unbiased and always based on individual your needs. Our professional, friendly, non-nonsense service is the keystone to our success, along with our passion for mortgages!
We understand that buying a home can appear daunting and stressful, so leave choosing and arranging the right deal to us. You can concentrate on the fun parts of moving into your new home!
Did you know that you can secure your next mortgage rate up to 6 months prior to your current deal ending? Why not give us a call to see how we can help you.
When your current mortgage deal comes to an end, your rate is likely to change to a standard variable rate or other reversion rate that can be noticeably higher. This means that your payments are likely to change. However, our search of the market for the most suitable lenders to meet your needs means we can help you look for a more suitable deal to help save you money.
Whilst you may have to pay an early repayment charge to your existing lender if you move mortgages while still in a fixed rate period, (if your new mortgage starts while you are still in an early repayment charge period), it can sometimes still save money to look for a better rate and save thousands in interest over the mortgage term. However, if your new mortgage starts after any early repayment charge period has finished its likely that there will be no penalties for moving to a more competitive rate
A mortgage is a loan secured against your home or property. Your home or property may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage or any other debt secured on it.
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