Are you looking for a mortgage broker in the Ruddington area?
Our Mortgage broker in Ruddington
If you are based in or around Ruddington and are looking to buy a property in Nottingham then our mortgage broker can help.
Benwell Daykin offer free mortgage advice through our partnership with Quadros Financial Solutions.
Our brokers compare the whole of the mortgage market to find one of the best products for you. We look at both banks and other financial lenders and compare some of the very best deals available.
Our advisors will speak to you either over the phone or in person and will help you to discover the following:
- Which lenders should approve a mortgage based on your financial circumstances
- How much you could borrow to purchase a property
- Which lenders have the best interest rates based on your income
- Which lenders should approve a mortgage for you if you have bad credit
- How much you will have to pay on a monthly basis
- Which lenders are offering deals such as cashback or free property valuations
What types of mortgages do we help with?
We can offer mortgage advice for almost any situation. This can include:
- First time buyer
- Buy to let
- Self employed
- Fixed rate
- Adverse credit
- And more!
The process of receiving mortgage advice
When speaking to one of our advisors, we will look at your financial circumstances with you. We’ll then compare almost every deal available on the market to find one that is suitable for you. We’ll explain in detail why this would be a good choice without using too much jargon!
We’ll then contact the lender for you to get an agreement in principal or an AIP. This means that the lender should be happy to provide you with the money to purchase a property. Why not have a look at our property for sale and see if you can find your dream home?
Once you have found your dream home, we will apply for the mortgage in full on your behalf. We’ll handle all the paperwork for you and work through the application with you during every step of the way.
Get mortgage advice in Ruddington or Nottingham today!
All mortgage advice is fully regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.