Best Mortgage Rates

Best Mortgage Rates

Home mover deal Initial Rate
Subsequent Rate
Overall Cost
1.89%
1.89%
2.00% APR
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Remortgage deal Initial Rate
Subsequent Rate
Overall Cost
2.39%
3.99%
3.70% APR
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Buy to let purchase deal Initial Rate
Subsequent Rate
Overall Cost
2.79%
2.79%
3.00% APR
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First-time buyer deal Initial Rate
Subsequent Rate
Overall Cost
3.55%
3.55%
3.70% APR
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About MAB

Mortgage Advice Bureau is an award-winning mortgage broker, with over 600 advisers across the UK, arranging approximately £9 billion of mortgages per annum.

We work very closely with over 80 UK lenders. The relationships we have with them, combined with the volume of mortgages that we arrange, put Mortgage Advice Bureau in a very strong position to ensure that you have access to the very best deals available and receive a first class service.

Mortgage Advice Bureau has won over 50 awards in the last 5 years alone so we can assure you that you are in safe hands.

 

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Latest Mortgage News

17th October 2014

Interest rates may stay lower for longer!

Interest rates will stay lower for longer, according to chief economist of the Bank of England, Andrew Haldane.

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15th October 2014

Inflation falls to lowest level in 5 years

Inflation in the UK fell to 1.2 per cent in September to reach its lowest point in five years, according to figures released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).

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Mortgage Blog

Published: 25/07/14

When should interest rates rise?

The UK economy has finally returned to the level of output that, as a nation, we were achieving in 2008 following what has been one of the longest and deepest recessions since the Great Depression of the 1930s.

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