Whether you are a first time buyer, looking to move home, remortgage, or a landlord looking to finance the purchase of an investment property, it pays to use a mortgage broker who will provide a thorough professional service, to ensure that you get a deal that meets your individual needs.
Friendly, honest, qualified Mortgage Advice in Nottingham
Our professional team of advisors will help you work out what you can afford to borrow and as we have access to the whole of the market, we are not restricted to any particular providers, and will act solely in your best interests.
You can therefore be confident that the deal we recommend will be the best available mortgage for your circumstances, from the huge range on offer.
We will explain the various mortgages available and the different types of deals so that you fully understand the choices you are making. We will complete all of the paperwork for you and support you throughout the process, to make it as stress free as possible.
You may have an early repayment charge with your current lender and should check before re-mortgaging.
We are qualified independent Mortgage Brokers, offering advice across the UK
Keystone Mortgages are a qualified and regulated mortgage broker based in Nottingham. Our aim is to provide advice that makes the whole process of finding and applying for mortgage or remortgage as simple and as cost effective as possible. Whether you are a first time buyer, looking to remortgage or an investor looking for a buy to let mortgage we can help you with our many years experience in the industry.
Our aim is to make the mortgage process as simple and stress free as we can by keeping our language simple and keeping you in touch throughout. We will communicate with the estate agents , solicitors and lender throughout the process to make sure things run smoothly and complete as soon as possible.
Once the mortgage has completed we look to being your advisor for life by keeping you in touch when your rate is coming to an end to ensure you are always kept up to date of the best rates available to you.
Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.