Whether you're buying your first home, or just looking to move then we're here to help you.
Arrange an appointment with our in-branch Mortgage Consultant and we can discuss the range of services we provide.
Our Ready2Move service
Don't let your dream home slip away! Get organised and have your arrangements already in place with our Ready2Move service.
Being confident of what you can potentially borrow is the first step towards buying a new property. By doing this before you find it will show sellers that you are serious about buying their home.
Information Service - if you're thinking of moving
We will provide you with advice and information about all the costs and charges involved when buying a new home and discuss how we might be able to help you save money, for example by reducing fees, shorter terms, or a lower interest rate. This means that:
Comparison Service - if you have already chosen a mortgage
We will compare your chosen mortgage against our panel of selected lenders. This means that:
Remortgage Service - if you have decided not to move
We can take all the details of your current mortgage and research from our panel of selected lenders to ensure your mortgage is not costing you more than it should do. And remember:
Our commitment to you as a Lifetime Member means:
Recommend a friend:
Every time you recommend a friend who successfully completes a mortgage with us we will pay you £100 in the month following the legal completion of the new mortgage, provided they have advised the Customer Service Team or Mortgage Consultant at the outset.
When you need to arrange your next mortgage:
Before you begin to look for a new home, call your mortgage consultant to find out how much you may be able to borrow and what price range you can look at.
A BROKER FEE MAY BE PAYABLE UPON MORTGAGE APPLICATION AS WELL AS AN ADMINISTRATION FEE. THE TOTAL FEE PAYABLE WILL DEPEND ON YOUR CIRCUMSTANCES. YOUR MORTGAGE CONSULTANT WILL EXPLAIN ANY FEES APPLICABLE IN YOUR INITIAL APPOINTMENT.*All mortgages are subject to status and lender criteria. Most buy to let mortgages are not regulated