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  • Looking to buy a house but have so many questions like…

    Posted on: Wednesday 1st July, 2020 and filed in: Mortgage News

    ✅ What can I afford? ✅ What can I buy? ✅  How much deposit do I need? ✅  What are the extra costs involved in buying a house? ✅  How long is the house buying process? ✅ Are there any hidden checks and extras that come up when buying? ✅ How does Help to Buy […]

  • We are open and still here to help you

    Posted on: Thursday 2nd April, 2020 and filed in: Mortgage News

    It has become a challenging next phase in the Coronavirus Covid – 19 development. Following recent government advice, we’ve taken the decision to start working from home, you can still contact us via email or our mobiles and freephone number. Our offices in Mold may be shut, but rest assured our professional, caring advisers are […]

  • Why using an adviser for insurance cover is worth the investment?

    Posted on: Friday 10th January, 2020 and filed in: Mortgage News

    It is very common for people to turn to comparison sites to research life cover and home insurances.  It’s easy and convenient, but you may be unaware of the consequences of getting the wrong type of cover. If you don’t know what you’re looking for, you’ll usually be offered fairly generic polices. If you want […]

  • How to set up a limited company for buy to let

    Posted on: Tuesday 17th December, 2019 and filed in: Mortgage News

    One of the main question’s landlords ask us is how to set up a limited company for buy to let mortgages We will show you how to do it and what the mortgage lenders are looking for to enable them to lend to you. Due to changes to the way that landlords are taxed on […]

  • Why should I use a mortgage broker instead of a bank

    Posted on: Friday 5th July, 2019 and filed in: Mortgage News

    Many hopeful homeowners steer clear of brokers in their quest to secure a mortgage deal. And more often than not, it’s because they are put off by the associated costs. But while using a broker can be a slightly more expensive option in the short term, if they manage to find you the cheapest deal […]

  • Five tips to help secure the best mortgage for you.

    Posted on: Wednesday 29th May, 2019 and filed in: Mortgage News

    As experienced mortgage brokers we’ve spoken with many people with very different financial situations. There are five things that everyone should do, regardless of how deep your pockets are, to maximise your chances at getting the best mortgage. Save the biggest deposit you can:Mortgage lenders reserve the best rates for people who can deposit the […]

  • Mortgages for borrowers with small deposits

    Posted on: Tuesday 26th February, 2019 and filed in: Mortgage News

    Mortgages for borrowers with small deposits, or high LTV mortgages, have been in the news a lot recently, as First-Time buyers have staged something of a comeback over the past few months. Even though it has been hard not to get swept up in the swathes of political nonsense going on at present, with MPs […]

  • Divorce & Mortgages

    Posted on: Tuesday 22nd January, 2019 and filed in: Mortgage News

    After the madness of the Christmas period and the over-indulgence, many of us hit the gym, start the diet or become Vegan for 5 minutes, vowing that this year will be different. One of the other fallouts of this period is the sad fact that many decide this will be the last Christmas spent with […]

  • First-Time Buyers – Bank Statements & Spending

    Posted on: Thursday 13th December, 2018 and filed in: Mortgage News

    First-Time Buyers have a lot of questions, and rightly so. The mortgage market can seem to be a weird and scary place, fraught with different criteria, nonsensical jargon and so-called “experts” telling you what to do. Then you have press coverage, a wealth of house prices indices and friends with tales of woe about how hard […]

  • The latest mortgage eligibility checker

    Posted on: Friday 26th October, 2018 and filed in: Mortgage News

    There has been more innovation in the last 18 months, than in the last 18 years in the mortgage industry, and this new tool, the mortgage eligibility checker is an interesting development https://creditmatcher.experian.co.uk/mortgages/search Anything that gives the buyer more information has to be a good thing. However, on reviewing this new tool, we would advise […]



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