Whether you're a first-time buyer, moving house, or remortgaging because your current deal is coming to an end, navigating through the hundreds of mortgage deals and lenders can be confusing – even if you've been through the process before. We’ve partnered with one of the leading mortgage brokers, Mortgage Advice Bureau, so together, we can be confident that you’ll get quality mortgage advice to guide your every step, from your initial chat with the mortgage expert to collecting your keys.
Mortgages can be tricky to navigate, even if you’re experienced. But if you’re a first-time buyer or even doing it for the second time it can be daunting. That’s why we’re partnered with Mortgage Advice Bureau to help reduce stress and take away the guesswork from the mortgage process as well as reduce confusion about a tough subject. Working with a mortgage adviser isn’t compulsory but we know that it’s been beneficial to some of our members, like Anna.
If you’re buying a property on your own there are lots of options available for sole buyers. Getting a mortgage is all based on affordability so chatting to a mortgage adviser could help you see if this is possible. Read more in our single person’s mortgage guide.
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Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.
There may be a fee for mortgage advice. The actual amount you pay will depend upon your circumstances. The fee is up to 1.00%, but a typical fee is 0.30% of the amount borrowed.
We can help you with all your homebuying needs and hope to help you along the way with our carefully picked specialist partners.
A home survey is an inspection by an expert home surveyor of the house you’re buying or selling to determine its condition. Whoever instructs the survey (usually the buyer) will get a report at the end with the results. Property surveys aren’t essential but can be recommended as it’s a great way to know the condition of the home you’re wanting to buy.Home survey information
How to boost your credit score and credit position is something that homeowners often ask us. Why? Your credit position is one of the things that mortgage lenders scruntinise when it comes to your application. Building up your credit score and credit position can help you seem like a more reliable person to lend to, and you may be able to access a wider range of deals.Improve your credit score
Conveyancing services are the legalities that you need to go through in order to sell or buy a property. It covers things like Land Registry, contracts, transferring money and making sure the legal ownership is passed on to the right person. Conveyancing solicitors will help you navigate the journey from buyer to owner with all the paperwork and processes in between.What is conveyancing?