First time buyer
If you are a first time buyer looking to take your first steps onto the property ladder then we are here to help.
With so many mortgage options on offer for a first time buyer, lenders criteria constantly changing and government incentive schemes, it can be confusing and daunting to know which is the right mortgage for you.
If you already have a large or small deposit, a gifted deposit or a joint deposit, there are several different options and schemes available to a first time buyer looking to buy that first dream home.
You can find out how much you’ll need to save by using our mortgage calculators, so you’ll have a better idea of the type of property you can afford to buy when you start looking for your first home.
Our team are here to listen to your circumstances, take you through the best options and help you find the perfect mortgage to buy your first dream home. What are you waiting for!
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If you are a first time buyer and would like to book an appointment, or simply require a little more information, drop us a message below.
Taking the hassle out of your Remortgage
Our team at The Mortgage Quarter understand how precious your time is and want to take the time and hassle out of your remortgaging process by searching for the very best available rates and deals for you.
Purchasing a house is likely to be your largest financial commitment so it is vital to ensure that you are on the most competitive mortgage product to meet your requirements and of course, save you money.
With access to 12,000 mortgages from over different 90 lenders we are able to provide a comprehensive range of solutions for remortgaging your home, which are not always available on the high street.
Remortgaging is far too often overlooked, with many people never realising just how valuable advice on a remortgage can be. Talk to one of our experienced advisers today about remortgaging your property, you might be pleasantly surprised by what you could save.
Because we play by the book we want to tell you that...
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 upon your circumstances.
The fee is up to 1% but a typical fee is 0.3% of the amount borrowed.
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