Mortgage News

Keep up to date with the latest mortgage news…

The Mortgage Quarter offers the latest breaking UK mortgage news, covering mortgage rates, house prices, buy-to-let rates, mortgage products and other news.

Guide to buying a house [Infographic]

Guide to buying a house [Infographic]

Buying a house can be a confusing and daunting process. It’s certainly up there as one of the most stressful things that you can do, especially if you’re thinking of moving during the Coronavirus pandemic. Let TMQ take the stresses way with our step by step guide to...

What will lockdown mean for the property market?

What will lockdown mean for the property market?

What a rollercoaster of a year we have all been on! Following the Government’s announcement on Saturday that the country is once again heading back into lockdown we wanted to update you on how the latest national restrictions stand with our business. What will...

Richard’s Rundown: Property Market Update

Richard’s Rundown: Property Market Update

Wow, almost 4 months since my last blog and how things have changed! The property market, especially in Exeter, is flying and more lenders are making more money available for more people.  The stamp duty holiday has played a big part for both homeowners and investors...

Feel Good Friday: First Time Buyers & Covid-19

Feel Good Friday: First Time Buyers & Covid-19

It’s not an easy task, buying your own home, but in recent months the global Coronavirus pandemic has certainly made things harder for first-time buyers. Difficulties for First Time Buyers In March the market was brought to a halt during lockdown, with people unable...

Stamp Duty Holiday Explained

Stamp Duty Holiday Explained

In a bid to revive the struggling housing market amidst the Coronavirus pandemic, the Chancellor, Rishi Sunak has announced some huge news; from now, until 31st March 2021, there will be a stamp duty holiday. Excellent news for those looking to purchase a new home in...

Exeter Businesses Achieve Exceptional Results

Exeter Businesses Achieve Exceptional Results

Even in testing times, we are proud to continue to do great business. We work in partnership with brilliant Exeter businesses and always strive to give our clients the top-notch mortgage advice they deserve. A client came to us looking to purchase a new property to...

Richard’s Rundown: Mortgage Market Update

Richard’s Rundown: Mortgage Market Update

Richard Grigg is one of TMQ's Mortgage Advisors, below he gives us the latest on how COVID-19 has impacted the mortgage market and not necessarily in a bad way. Light at the end of the tunnel With lockdown having been in force for the past 5...

UK Property Market Update

UK Property Market Update

Following the success of our first vlog, we thought we would give you the latest on the impact that COVID-19 is having on the UK property market. This includes current mortgage rates, how mortgage lenders are utilising technology and the latest on property...

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.

Need more help?

× How can we help you?