We all know that a mortgage is a big financial commitment, possibly the largest you will ever make. The marketplace is full of different providers, deals and fees; it’s a lot more complicated than just accepting the first offer you receive.
If you’re a first-time buyer, or moving home, and need a mortgage, you’re probably feeling daunted by the vastness of the marketplace. If you’re looking to remortgage, you’re likely looking for guidance when evaluating the costs versus the benefits.
If you’re thinking about investing in Buy-to-Let, you’re probably looking for the most suitable mortgage and some advice that will help you best adjust to life as a landlord.
If you’re at retirement age, you might be thinking about releasing equity on your home, but you may be unsure whether it’s a suitable option for your situation.
Our clients benefit from the expertise of experienced, highly-qualified Mortgage Advisers that may be able to help whatever the situation. Our advisers are independent; they can choose the most appropriate products for you from the whole of the market, followed up with a full recommendation and report service.
Here’s how we can help:
We’ll search the whole of the market to find the most suitable mortgage options for you, based on your specific requirements.
We’ll take you through the application process, ultimately taking you to a completion of your new mortgage offer.
If you’re looking to remortgage, we’ll help you calculate whether your new mortgage deal will help save you money, as well as the long-term implications.
If you don’t want to downsize but you’re looking to release more equity to enjoy, perhaps in retirement, we’ll help you navigate Equity Release on your home and explore its implications on your estate: you can learn more here.
If you want to invest in Buy-to-Let, we’ll help you get the most appropriate mortgage whilst navigating the tax implications and managing the costs for the future.
If you need financial advice in relation to mortgages, we are here to help. Fill out the form below and someone will be in touch.
As a mortgage is secured against your home or property, it could be repossessed if you do not keep up the mortgage repayments.
Some types of commercial Buy-to-Let mortgages are not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.