Independent mortgage advice
Whether you’re buying your first home, moving up or downsizing, re-mortgaging, or looking for buy-to-let finance, we can find the right product for you.
Our mortgage advice is independent and we advise on the whole market. We can help whether you’re employed, self-employed, buying via a Limited Company or have adverse credit. Although we’re confident that we can find you a better deal, the story doesn’t end there. We ensure the mortgage selected is the most appropriate and will recommend any insurance that you or the property may require or benefit from.
First Time Buyers
Buying your first home should be fun – not frightening. We will find the best deal for you, explain the different mortgage options available to you as a first-time buyer and assist you at every stage of your homebuying journey.
We can help explain how the Help to Buy and the Shared Ownership schemes work and what mortgages are available for them.
We will not only access the whole market to find you the best mortgage but also help manage the whole home-buying journey.
This is where you take out a new mortgage with a new lender on a property you already own and have a mortgage on. The new mortgage takes the place of the mortgage you originally had on the property.
Large Mortgage Loans
We can speak to the lenders via our direct contacts to help facilitate these.
You can still get a mortgage when you’re self-employed, a freelancer or a contractor if you meet the lender’s criteria. You just need to provide the normal mortgage lender with different information about your income so they can determine how much you can borrow.
Whether purchasing your first buy-to-let or an experienced Portfolio Landlord, we’re confident we can find you the best deal and save you money by not charging a fee for our service.
We can help and advise on second charge mortgages, bridging loans, limited company mortgages and development finance.
Get clarity, gain confidence, and stay in control of your financial plan.
Not all mortgage contracts are regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Think carefully before securing other debts against your home. Your home may be repossessed, if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.