A fully-advised, telephone-based mortgage broking service
Getting a mortgage in today’s market can be complicated and extremely stressful. It’s no longer just a matter of interest rates – lenders must now consider a much wider range of criteria before granting a mortgage, which makes finding the best provider and the right product a real challenge.
Under the new regulations, most people will have to get formal advice in order to be considered for a mortgage. But with many banks and building societies still struggling to train or recruit enough advisers, getting an appointment can involve long delays – a serious disadvantage when you need to move fast.
Our mortgage service can help you arrange the funding you need and put you in the best possible position to get the home you really want. We are completely independent of any lender, but have relationships with those who understand the differing circumstances of our range of clients.
We will support you throughout the process, by:
- Focusing on your situation and needs
- Researching the mortgage market to find the best solutions
- Applying on your behalf, and taking care of all the paperwork
- Keeping you, your solicitor and lender informed at all times
- Contacting you before the end of any tie-in period
Our experience means we can help if you are self-employed, have irregular income streams or other complex needs. We also specialise in buy-to-let and offset mortgages. Our mortgage advisers not only research the market to find the right solutions. They also have full financial planning expertise, and can provide advice that takes into account your broader financial circumstances and priorities.
Please be aware your home is at risk if you do not keep up repayments on a mortgage or loan secured on it.
Contact us for a complimentary, no obligation conversation with a specialist on 0344 264 0705
Mortgage newsletter - Spring 2019
The latest update from our Mortgage Advice Service. Including:
Lending into retirement
The growing attraction of long-term rate certainty
Regional divide in house price growth
Support for the Bank of Mum and Dad