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1. How much can you borrow?

You’ll typically be able to borrow 4 - 4.5 x your salary, depending on your income versus your expenses. Use our calculator to work out how much you could borrow.

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2. What will your monthly repayments look like?

Once you know roughly how much you can borrow, we can help you work out what your monthly repayments would be, ensuring you stay within budget.

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3. Get expert advice tailored to your needs

When you have an idea of the type of mortgage you could get, request a callback from one of our advisers and we'll guide you through your options and next steps.

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Important information

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 on your circumstances. The fee is up to 1% but a typical fee is 0.3% of the amount borrowed.

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Frequently asked questions

Why do I need mortgage advice?

Getting a mortgage is likely to be one of the biggest financial decisions you'll ever make, and it's important you make a choice that suits your circumstances. A mortgage adviser can search the market on your behalf and recommend the right deal for you.

How do I apply for a mortgage?

The process involves providing lots of information to lenders (and filling out a whole lot of forms). Being well prepared is key and can make the process move smoothly. For more guidance, check out our comprehensive guide.

How do I get a mortgage if I'm self-employed?

Being self-employed doesn't mean you can't get a mortgage. Ensuring your books are all up-to-date and keeping a clear record of your finances can help strengthen your position as a borrower. In this case, we'd recommend speaking with a mortgage adviser to find out what you need to do.

What is remortgaging?

Remortgaging is the process of taking out a new loan to cover your previous mortgage. Remortgaging can come with plenty of benefits, from releasing equity in your home to the potential to save money on your monthly repayments. Check out our remortgaging guide for more information.

What is protection?

Protection secures your family and home against the worst-case scenario. It's also important to note that your needs are likely to change throughout your life. Perhaps you're moving jobs, starting a family, or even downsizing. These are all things you need to consider when looking at protection.

Do I need to have a Will in place to get a mortgage?

No, having a Will in place is not a requirement for getting approved for a mortgage.

However, having a Will is generally recommended for everyone regardless of their mortgage situation. It ensures your wishes for your estate are carried out after you pass away, which can avoid complications for your loved ones during an already difficult time.

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A Valued Customer
I'd like to give a shout out to Steve, Shoaib and the rest of the team for their professionalism throughout the process of arranging my Mortgage. I would highly recommend them.
Posted 18 Jun 2024
Thomas Dytor
Excellent. Scott Ticehurst was fantastic
Posted 18 Jun 2024
Jonathan Hall
Posted 18 Jun 2024
Craig Shearwood - Brierley Hill
Mark Taylor is very friendly and approachable he is also very thorough and explains everything you need to know in great detail. Mark is very knowledgeable and helped me through every step of what suited me best. Would highly recommend and will definitely use his services again. 5 stars.
Posted 18 Jun 2024
A Valued Customer
Really great service. It's reassuring to know that someone is looking out for your best interests and the deals available for your circumstances.
Posted 18 Jun 2024
A Valued Customer
Friendly, helpful service which I felt I could trust.
Posted 18 Jun 2024
Sylwia Rzeznik - Holbeach
I can't thank them enough for their help. They are the nicest and most caring group of people. Their support and knowledge helped me to achieve my goal. My case was very difficult, and Pip went the extra mile to help me get approved.
Posted 18 Jun 2024
A Valued Customer
I appreciate there services, smart, efficient, quick. very good communication, always ready to explain things in details each time i ask for help. very reassuring , got a lot of kind words from them. always happy to talk to me on phone with a cheerful voice.
Posted 18 Jun 2024
Jordan Blackmore was amazing. Excellent attention to detail and communication. Good explanation of the different options available and the best ones for my situation. Set clear expectations of what to expect at each stage and how long it will take to hear back about the application. Stress free mortgage experience!
Posted 18 Jun 2024
A Valued Customer
Explained things very well Friendly and approachable
Posted 18 Jun 2024

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