Whether you are a first-time buyer, moving up the property ladder or buying as an investment, we can look for the mortgage that is right for you and help you through the process from start to finish.
We will liaise with the relevant parties, speaking to estate agents, solicitors, lenders and surveyors on your behalf. We will help you with the mortgage application forms, making what can be a daunting process as simple as possible. And we keep in touch with you throughout so that you know what is happening every step of the way.
If your time is at a premium we can come to you at home or at work.
As a mortgage broker, we’re able to offer products from a comprehensive range of mortgages across the market, with competitive and often exclusive interest rates.
We specialise in the following:
- First Time Buyers
- Contract workers
- Buy-To-Let and Let-To-Buy
- Commercial Mortgages
- Large Loans
- Expat Mortgages
Once we’ve helped you find the right mortgage, we can then look for the right personal and home protection for you and your family.
Insurance protection is something that most people don’t think about, but as part of our commitment to making your mortgage experience as stress-free as possible it is something we take very seriously.
In the unfortunate event that you or your partner become too sick to be able to work, you want to have peace of mind that you will be able to make your mortgage repayments.
We treat protection as a priority, and help you to understand the policies that are best suited to you.
Should you have a need for a commercial mortgage, conveyancing solicitor, homebuyer or structural survey you will be referred to a third party provider. Neither New Mortgage Solutions Ltd nor The Right Mortgage Ltd is responsible for any advice provided by a third party.
Think carefully about securing other debts against your home or property. Your home or property may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on a mortgage or other debt secured on it.
Some forms of Buy to Let Mortgages/Commercial Mortgages are not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.