With over 40 years' experience as an independent mortgage advisor, we are perfectly qualified to help and support you through the process of buying a house and arranging a mortgage. Which is why we have put together a number of tailored guides to get you started on your journey. If you can't find what you're looking for or want more assistance just talk to one of our experts.

House Buying

Whether it’s your first time or your first time in years, the house-buying process can be a little confusing. Our House-buying Guide will take you through the process.

Mortgage types

Here’s a brief overview of the most popular mortgage types. Not sure which is right for you - then simply read our Mortgage Types Guide. Take a look at our calculators.

Applying for a Mortgage

What steps are involved in getting a mortgage? Our Applying for a Mortgage Guide explains all the people involved, what they do, and what to expect.

Help to Buy

If you are looking to make the dream of owning your own home a reality, or are looking to move from your existing property but are struggling to save enough for a deposit, Help to Buy could make this happen with as little as a 5% deposit.

Remortgages

What’s actually involved in remortgaging – apart from saving or raising money? Our Remortgaging Guide reveals all.

Buy to let

Buy to let is increasingly coming back and looks to be a good investment opportunity in 2011. What should you think about before take the plunge? Read our Buy to let mortgage guide.


Legal

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