Posted: January 2017
Buying your first home can seem daunting. Whether you’re buying your first, second or tenth home, purchasing property will always be one of the biggest milestones in your life and can feel overwhelming no matter how many times you do it. But you’re not alone, we help first time buyers like you by guiding you through the process of looking for a mortgage with our jargon-free approach to helping you work out how much you can borrow, how much your mortgage will cost and what type of mortgage will be best for you. We can take care of all the paperwork, liaising with lenders, and more and talk you through the various schemes that are available for first time buyers and shared ownership.
Different mortgages are suitable for different circumstances as well as for the type of property you want to buy. We’ll talk you through the advantages and disadvantages of different types of mortgages, such as a fixed rate mortgage where you pay a fixed amount of interest for a set number of years and a variable rate mortgage where the interest you pay varies depending on market rates. Because we have access to a wide range of mortgage providers, we can help find the most suitable deal for you..
Concentrate on finding your dream first home and leave us to deal with finding you a first time buyers’ mortgage by getting in touch with us on 01621 842 808.
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