Best Mortgage Rates

Best Mortgage Rates

Home mover deal Initial Rate
Subsequent Rate
Overall Cost
2.69%
2.69%
4.30% 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
4.44%
5.99%
5.80% 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

11th April 2014

Buy-to-let remortgages increase

An increasing number of landlords are remortgaging ahead of anticipated increases in interest rates in an effort to protect their returns, according to Mortgages for Business.

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10th April 2014

Bank of England keep base rate at record low

The Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) has voted to keep the base rate at 0.5 per cent, meaning it has been at the record-low level for just over five year

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Mortgage Blog

Published: 27/02/14

Interest rates on hold until 2015?

The economic news continues to improve and this is certainly reflected in the mortgage and housing markets where January data from the CML estimates that gross mortgage lending is 33% up on the corresponding period in 2013.

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