Best Mortgage Rates

Best Mortgage Rates

Home mover deal Initial Rate
Subsequent Rate
Overall Cost
2.35%
2.35%
2.40% APR
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Remortgage deal Initial Rate
Subsequent Rate
Overall Cost
2.49%
2.49%
2.60% APR
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Buy to let purchase deal Initial Rate
Subsequent Rate
Overall Cost
2.99%
5.99%
5.20% APR
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First time buyer deal Initial Rate
Subsequent Rate
Overall Cost
4.19%
3.99%
4.20% APR
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About MAB

Mortgage Advice Bureau is one of the UK's leading independent mortgage brokers. We have won multiple awards including; being voted Best Mortgage Broker at the British Mortgage Awards in 2011, 2012 and 2013 and Best national adviser as voted by What Mortgage magazine in both 2010 and 2011. This is a testament to our forward thinking and proactive approach to improving the services we provide to our customers.

We have approximately 500 expert advisers covering the UK who can search thousands of mortgage schemes on your behalf, including some which are exclusive to us. They will only recommend a mortgage if it is suitable for you.

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Latest Mortgage News

31st July 2014

Number of homebuyers using Help to Buy 2 increases

Homebuyers are increasingly taking full advantage of the Help to Buy: mortgage guarantee scheme, also known as Help to Buy 2 (HTB2), to secure loans of up to 95% to buy a home, according to new data from Mortgage Advice Bureau, the UK’s leading independent mortgage broker.

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25th July 2014

First-time buyer numbers rise by 27 per cent

The number of first-time buyers rose by 27 per cent year-on-year in the first six months of 2014, according to data released by LSL Property Services

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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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